ADA complaints: A racket or fair notice?

 

ADA complaints: A racket or fair notice?

Corning Observer

Rick King, owner of Corning Auto Center at 1820 Solano St., places a temporary notice up in his business notifying anyone and everyone he is in the process of making his business Americans with Disabilities Act compliant. Julie R. Johnson/Corning Observer
Rick King, owner of Corning Auto Center at 1820 Solano St., places a temporary notice up in his business notifying anyone and everyone he is in the process of making his business Americans with Disabilities Act compliant.
Julie R. Johnson/Corning Observer

“All of the attorneys I have talked to, and there have been plenty of them, told me that while the letter isn’t legally binding, it is fair warning and that I am better off settling now and becoming ADA compliant than to fight it.” If he doesn’t settle and become

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