Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, with its emphasis on acting in the very best interests of cities, towns and counties, provides an appropriate model for the analysis of Civil Rights claims brought on behalf of individuals.
About The Author
Franklin L. Ferguson, Jr., Esq. prosecutes civil rights violations on behalf of Plaintiffs. From January, 1995 until August 1999 and again from July, 2004 to the present, Franklin has spent his legal career working as a solo practitioner, managing a civil rights practice. Franklin litigates (i.e. civil trials, appeals, administrative hearings and writs), negotiates, and settles cases on behalf of civil rights Plaintiffs.
December 5, 2017
A NEW RIDE: USING TITLE II AS A CIVIL RIGHTS VEHICLE TO AMERICAN SOCIETY’S ELUSIVE “LEVEL PLAYING FIELDS”
June 1, 2020
September 5, 2018
August 11, 2018
Preserving Prometheus’ Precious Gift1: Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act Imposes Affirmative, Anti-Discrimination Obligations Upon Municipalities, Providing a Seemingly Unwelcome Model for the Enforcement of Traditional Civil Rights LegislationJun 1, 2020 | Education, Youth, & Culture