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Washington University Law Review

Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

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Full-Text Articles in Disability Law

The Fourth “R”: Sustaining The Ada's Private “Right” Of Action Against States For Disability Discrimination In Public Education, Matthew P. Hampton Jan 2005

The Fourth “R”: Sustaining The Ada's Private “Right” Of Action Against States For Disability Discrimination In Public Education, Matthew P. Hampton

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No abstract provided.


Causation In Retaliation Claims: Conflict Between The Prima Facie Case And The Plaintiff's Ultimate Burden Of Pretext, Rhea Gertken Jan 2003

Causation In Retaliation Claims: Conflict Between The Prima Facie Case And The Plaintiff's Ultimate Burden Of Pretext, Rhea Gertken

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No abstract provided.


Using Established Medical Criteria To Define Disability: A Proposal To Amend The Americans With Disabilities Act, Mark A. Rothstein, Serge A. Martinez, W. Paul Mckinney Jan 2002

Using Established Medical Criteria To Define Disability: A Proposal To Amend The Americans With Disabilities Act, Mark A. Rothstein, Serge A. Martinez, W. Paul Mckinney

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Part II of this Article traces the legislative history of the coverage provision of the ADA and of its predecessor statute, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. It also explores the conceptual underpinnings of the statutory scheme of attempting to cover only individuals with severe disabilities. Part III analyzes the major cases involving coverage under the ADA, including the trilogy of 1999 Supreme Court cases. It traces the consequences of the Court’s decisions as reflected in the subsequent lower court decisions and their devastating effects on individuals with disabilities. Part IV contains a proposed amendment to the ADA to clarify ...


Foster Care And The “Significant Risk” Of Aids: Applying The Direct Threat Exception To The Americans With Disabilities Act And The Rehabilitation Act In Doe V. County Of Centre, Annie O. Wu Jan 2001

Foster Care And The “Significant Risk” Of Aids: Applying The Direct Threat Exception To The Americans With Disabilities Act And The Rehabilitation Act In Doe V. County Of Centre, Annie O. Wu

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No abstract provided.