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Court Decisions

Legal and policy developments relevant to civil rights protections and the impact of court decisions in the Southeast Region and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are analyzed in partnership with the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University.

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Service Animals and the Law
  • ADA
  • schools
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  • service animals

NEW! Court Decisions [or view: All ]

Name Keywords Court
Bagwell v. Morgan County Commission
  • retaliation
  • reasonable accommodation
  • essential functions
  • ADA Title I
11th Circuit Court
Gil v. Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.
  • Internet
  • websites
  • accessibility
  • ADA Title III
  • public accommodation
Southern District Court of Florida
Cooper v. CLP Corporation
  • discrimination
  • harassment
  • reasonable care
  • affirmative defense
11th Circuit Court
Sparman v. Blount County Board of Education
  • ADA Title II
  • Rehabilitation Act Section 504
  • bullying
  • harassment
  • public school
Northern District Court of Alabama
Vannoy v. Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
  • cADA Title I
  • reasonable accommodation
  • discriminatory discharge
  • defective notice of rights
4th Circuit Court
Anderson v. City of Blue Ash
  • ADA
  • FHAA
  • reasonable modification
  • service animal
6th Circuit Court
Gruener v. Ohio Casualty Insurance Company
  • regarded as
  • jury instruction
6th Circuit Court
Moore v. Texas
  • capital punishment
  • intellectual disability
  • medical standard
U.S. Supreme Court
Heyer v. U.S. Bureau of Prisons
  • deliberate indifference
  • effective communication
  • interpreter
U.S. Supreme Court
Fry v. Napolean Community Schools
  • exhaustion requirement
  • IDEA
  • service animal
U.S. Supreme Court

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