August 4, 2012

The 2010 ADA Accessibility Guidelines (hereafter "Standards") include a requirement that all newly constructed or altered swimming pools subject to Title III of the ADA,  such as hotels and motels, health clubs, recreation centers, public country clubs, and other businesses that have swimming pools, wading pools, and spas, provide accessible means of entry.  These provisions have caused a lot of confusion insofar as existing swimming pools are concerned.  Intially, readily achievable modificatio...

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Currently there are no rules or regulations from the Department of Justice (DOJ) to give guidance to public accommodations or public entities as to wh...

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