Featured Work

  • This case against McIntosh County and the State of Georgia alleges that the denial of basic municipal services to one of the last Gullah-Geechee communities on Sapelo Island, Georgia violates plaintiffs' constitutional rights.

Current Cases

  • This lawsuit on behalf of a Colorado disability rights organization and four individual members alleges that a major plasma donation center excludes people with a variety of disabilities from its services.

  • This public accommodations lawsuit alleges that Varsity Tavern, one of the largest bars in Fort Worth, Texas, discriminates based on race in who it allows to enter the bar.

  • This lawsuit brought by Equal Rights Center alleges that Uber has failed to make its ride-sharing service accessible to wheelchair users in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act and D.C. Human Rights Act. 

Notable Victories

  • A federal appeals court held that a plasma donation center is a public accommodation that must comply with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • In this race discrimination case against a hotel, the court denied summary judgment and determined that a franchisor may be held liable under a theory of apparent agency in Section 1981 public accommodations cases.

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