Kevin Williams's blog
I had an amazing opportunity to attend the annual ACLU of Colorado awards event to present the Ralph Carr Award to our own Kevin Williams. His accomplishments received a standing ovation in a room full ofColorado’s best civil rights lawyers. In the room were our own friends Amy Robertson, Tim Fox, Mike Breeskin, Robin Stephens, Carrie Lucas, Andrew Montoya, Jerry Frangas, Dale Gaar and Mark Simon. Senator Steadman who will receive a
You know who you are. You can’t deny it. It is obvious to everyone. You are step-aholics. Those who build steps when there is absolutely no reason to do so. Those who will make what could be accessible to everyone inaccessible to those of us who use wheelchairs. It may well be a disease. And you may well need treatment.
Black Friday. Buyers Beware!
A few things you should know about a store defendant in one of CCDC’s cases
HOLLISTER VICTORY -- What does it mean?
Hey Drivers: Are you serious?! I mean….fer reals?! Those yellow cross-hatched lines. See ‘em? Mean anything to you? Didn’t they cover that in driver’s ed? Maybe you just couldn’t see ‘em. They aren’t quite yellow enough. Oh, I see…
--posted by Julie Reiskin on CCDC Alerts, 6/20/13
SO…WHAT’S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?
A RESPONSE TO RECENT ARTICLES ABOUT CCDC'S ENFORCEMENT OF OPEN RECORDS ACT REQUEST:
CCDC members have been asking what impact this closure has on our lawsuit. Our lawsuit is moot. What does that mean? It means the case is over completely.
The only available remedy under Title III of the ADA is injunctive relief. A plaintiff cannot recover money damages when suing a private public accommodation. This was a compromise when the ADA was passed. A big one. If plaintiffs had damages claims, we could still request those be paid, and that part of the case would continue.