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The Spirit Or The Letter Of The Law: Oregon Paralyzed Veterans Of America V. Regal Cinemas, Inc. Strikes A Blow For Justice With Questionable Regulatory Interpretation, Mattei I. Radu Jan 2005

The Spirit Or The Letter Of The Law: Oregon Paralyzed Veterans Of America V. Regal Cinemas, Inc. Strikes A Blow For Justice With Questionable Regulatory Interpretation, Mattei I. Radu

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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Not Like It Was In The Old Days: Is The Americans With Disabilities Act Changing The Face Of Sports As We Know It, Amy M. Kearney Jan 2003

Not Like It Was In The Old Days: Is The Americans With Disabilities Act Changing The Face Of Sports As We Know It, Amy M. Kearney

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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Access Denied And Not Designed: The Ninth Circuit Drafts A Narrow Escape For Architect Liability Under The Americans With Disabilities Act In Lonberg V. Sanborn Theaters, Inc., Mita Chatterjee Jan 2002

Access Denied And Not Designed: The Ninth Circuit Drafts A Narrow Escape For Architect Liability Under The Americans With Disabilities Act In Lonberg V. Sanborn Theaters, Inc., Mita Chatterjee

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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Standing In Front Of The Disabled: Judicial Uncertainty Over Enhanced Sightlines In Sports Arenas, James Kurack Jan 2001

Standing In Front Of The Disabled: Judicial Uncertainty Over Enhanced Sightlines In Sports Arenas, James Kurack

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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The Americans With Disabilities Act And Its Application To High School, Collegiate And Professional Athletics, Jonathan R. Cook Jan 1999

The Americans With Disabilities Act And Its Application To High School, Collegiate And Professional Athletics, Jonathan R. Cook

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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When A Handicap May Be An Advantage: Mcpherson V. Michigan High School Athletic Association Evaluates The Relationship Of The Rehabilitation Act And The Ada To Athletic Association Maximum Semester Rules, John P. Encarnacion Jan 1998

When A Handicap May Be An Advantage: Mcpherson V. Michigan High School Athletic Association Evaluates The Relationship Of The Rehabilitation Act And The Ada To Athletic Association Maximum Semester Rules, John P. Encarnacion

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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