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Reasonable Modifications in Public Accomodation

Representation of an art museum with regards to it allegedly wrong-fully denying access to a public visitor on account of a disability and failing to provide reasonable modifications in a public accommodation under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Throughout the litigation, Plaintiff repeatedly claimed $50 million dollars in damages. The District Court ruled in the museum's favor on 13 motions, ultimately granting the museum's two separate motions to dismiss for failure to state a claim upon which relief could be granted, and closing the entire case in favor of the museum. (Chambers 2009; Hubbard, Simonson, Story)
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