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Accessible Holiday Decorations

It's that time of the year when businesses get into the holiday spirit and display decorations to celebrate the season. Displaying a Christmas tree or other holiday arrangements can be beautiful and bring joy to your clients and employees. Unfortunately, here in...

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What Do Serial Litigants Look For?

A Serial litigant is someone that files many accessibility related lawsuits for financial gain. There are several serial litigants active in every US city but they are especially active in California where litigation is a common. With minimal effort to gather evidence...

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Tenant Improvements Trigger Barrier Removal

Definition of an ALTERATION - A change, addition or modification in construction, change in occupancy or use, or structural repair to an existing building or facility. Alterations include, but are not limited to, remodeling, renovation, rehabilitation, reconstruction,...

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Required Lease Agreement with CASp Disclosures

If you are about to enter into a lease agreement, you may want to consider having the property CASp inspected. In 2016 California passed a new law that affects commercial property leases or rental agreement executed on or after January 1, 2017. The goal of AB 2093 is...

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What Makes a Dining Table Compliant?

If you own or operate a restaurant and want to avoid a lawsuit, making your seating accessible needs to be a top priority. We have seen the same boiler plate lawsuit filed against restaurants throughout Southern California and tables / bar seating are almost always...

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The Changing Table Dilemma

It's that time of the year when businesses get into the holiday spirit and display decorations to celebrate the season. Displaying a Christmas tree or other holiday arrangements can be beautiful and bring joy to your clients and employees. Unfortunately, here in...

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