Delaying the Compliance Date for Swimming Pool Lift Requirements …

Delaying the Compliance Date for Swimming Pool Lift Requirements

By Tara Gorman

On March 15, 2012, the Attorney General signed a final rule extending the date for compliance with the ADA’s new accessibility to swimming pool requirements (e.g., pool lifts) sixty days to May 21, 2012. Shortly thereafter, the Department

Government Grants ADA Compliance Extension

Government Grants ADA Compliance Extension
By Kendra Kozen, Aquatics International | 3.16.2012
Responding to concerns from pool industry experts and a hotel/ lodging industry coalition, the White House issued a 60-day extension for compliance with requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act

ADA Lawsuit Reform – Is It Possible?

ADA Lawsuit Reform – Is It Possible?

Fox and Hounds Daily

So once again, this year in the Legislature we see a stream of bills being offered up as a way to try and stop the lawsuits and increase compliance with the ADA. All of these bills will have to go through either the Assembly Judiciary Committee or the

Businesses to feel $8.5B price tag of revised disabilities regulations

Businesses to feel $8.5B price tag of revised disabilities regulations

Washington Business Journal – ‎Mar 9, 2012‎
Justice Department regulations intended to ensure equal access for people with disabilities at public places will cost businesses more than $8.5 billion — and more regulations are under way. This month, a slew of new rules associated with the Americans