This book covers employment, state and local government, public accommodations, telecommunications, housing and zoning, education, and criminal and civil institutions. It addresses practical ways to maximize the benefits of the client-lawyer relationship, including potentially divisive questions surrounding the need for accommodations and the ethical duties of lawyers to clients with disabilities. Also discusses expert evidence and testimony in disability discrimination cases. Includes numerous appendices to assist you in your research of disability discrimination cases.A Comprehensive Reference Manual for Lawyers, Judges and Disability Professionals John Parry ... for mental patients who had lost their liberty to involuntary civil commitment.46 Birnbaum contended that the logical quid pro quo for this typeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Disability Discrimination Law, Evidence and Testimony|
|Publisher||:||American Bar Association - 2008|