Duke University Medical Center Professor Warns Chinese Students: Speak English or Face ‘Unintended Consequences’ 

 Teachable moments occur often, at odd times, and indeed at inconvenient times. For some Duke University Medical Center professors, their teachable moment is proving to be highly inconvenient, to say…

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Does the ADA Cover a Deaf Patient Suffering from Depression and Anxiety? A Federal Appeals Court Says…..

The Americans with Disabilities Act’s threshold requirement for effective communications between deaf patient and healthcare provider continues to generate much misunderstanding, disagreement, and eventually litigation. Effective communication, the courts have…

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Join Us For Our Third Annual Roundtable – 2018 & the ADA: The Year in Review

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) continues to be one of the most hotly contested and litigated civil rights laws. All of the new ADA developments, from lawsuits, federal enforcement,…

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Department of Justice Says No to Website Accessibility Regulations… Again

Faced with letters from more than 100 Congressmen and various businesses requesting U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) assistance with the growing number of website accessibility lawsuits, DOJ again declined to…

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