January 11, 2016


The Americans with Disabilities Act, a law now more than a quarter of a century old, has generated a lot of lawsuits aimed at ensuring compliance with its provisions, and federal courts in Arkansas have not been immune.


But periodic flurries of filings by the same plaintiffs and lawyers, in Arkansas and beyond, have led to some concerns about the motives behind the barrage of litigation.


Those filing the lawsuits say they aim to improve accessibility for the disabled, while some others fear tha...

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