* indicates a Settlement Agreement

*U.S. v. Michigan Department of Human Services
This matter was initiated by a complaint filed under title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), 42 U.S.C. ァァ 12131-12134, with the United States Department of Justice through the U.S. Attorney痴 Office for the District of New Hampshire (Department), against the City of Claremont, New Hampshire. The complainant alleges that the City has violated title II of the ADA and the Department of Justice痴 implementing regulation, 28 C.F.R. Part 35, because the Visitor痴 Center Building located at 14 North Street is not accessible to individuals with mobility impairments.

*US v. City of Burton
The United States Department of Justice (Department) initiated this matter as a compliance review of the City of Burton, Michigan under title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).

*US v. Genessee County Board of Commissioners
courthouse inaccessibility
4 Pages

*US v. Saginaw Township Police Department
refused interpreter
13 Pages

*US v. Saginaw County Sheriff Dept
TDD at County Jail
3 Pages

US v. Moyes, d/b/a Bear Lake Tavern & Bear Lake Inn North Muskegon, Mich
wheelchair inaccessibility

US v. City of Pontiac
refusal to hire disabled firefighter
7 Pages

King Nelson v. State of Michigan
voting for visually impaired
32 Pages

*Avis Rent a Car, Inc.
denying access to shuttle service to individuals in wheelchairs
10 Pages

*US v. 63rd District Court Kent County, Mich
sign language interpreter
4 Pages

*US v. Newaygo County
failure to allow a service animal in a county building 7 requiring certification
of the animal's status Newaygo, Michigan 4 Pages

US and West Michigan ENT and Hearing Center
effective communication, Muskegon, Michigan
5 Pages

Updated August 30, 2016

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