Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Understanding the ADA
William Goren, an attorney with congenital hearing loss, felt compelled to write this book due to the absence of easy-to-understand guides to the Americans Disabilities Act, discussions of the ADA from the perspective of attorneys with disabilities, and discussions of preventative lawyering with respect to the ADA. Though the ADA is broad and comprehensive, this title summarizes it in a practical and straightforward manner. Specific cases are discussed in each chapter as illustrations. The final chapter contains checklists and forms for developing your ADA case.
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