A proposed class action removed to California federal court alleges Amazon.com Services, Inc. and Golden State FC LLC have discriminated against older, disabled workers at their warehouse fulfillment centers by denying reasonable accommodations.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of children in Oregon’s foster care system alleges that the program is not meeting its obligation to provide safe homes.
Wisconsin Hospitality Group—which runs Applebee’s locations across the state—has been sued over the alleged inaccessibility of its facilities.
Two plaintiffs allege in a proposed class action lawsuit out of Pennsylvania that Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Inc. systematically violates the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by failing to maintain clear pathways in the aisles of its stores.
Aaron's faces a lawsuit in which a wheelchair-reliant consumer claims parking lots and paths of travel at several locations contain accessibility barriers.
A Pennsylvania man alleges the bar areas at a number of Applebee's restaurants lack wheelchair-accessible bar-top seating.
San Diego and several dockless scooter companies face an ADA class action that alleges scooters left on sidewalks impede disabled individuals' rights to travel freely.
A class action challenges Pittsburgh Public Schools' alleged used of physical restraints, such as handcuffs, on certain students, including those with disabilities.
A proposed class action out of California claims two Alameda County jail facilities subject prisoners with mental health disabilities to extended periods of isolation that exacerbate their illnesses instead of relieving symptoms.
A class action alleges GEICO’s pay methods fail to account for certain workers’ protected leaves of absence and make it all but impossible for them to earn the monthly bonuses that are part of their compensation packages.