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Americans with Disabilities Act

A federal court has determined that a man who has filed more than 400 lawsuits against companies for violating the American’s with Disabilities Act is a vexatious litigant and will not be allowed to file further claims. The man, who is handicapped, visited businesses—some of them hundreds of miles from his home—and then claimed to have been injured by doorways that were too small. (Molski v. Mandarin Touch Restaurant, U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, No. CV 040450 ER, 2007)

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