* indicates a Settlement Agreement

*US v. Highland County
The United States Department of Justice (Department) initiated this matter as a compliance review of Highland County, Ohio, under title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), 42 U.S.C. §§ 12131-12134, and the Department’s implementing regulation, 28 C.F.R. Part 35. Because Highland County receives financial assistance from the Department of Justice, the review was also conducted under the authority of section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 29 U.S.C. § 794, and the Department’s implementing regulation, 28 C.F.R. Part 42, Subpart G.

US v. Cinemark USA, Inc.
The United States filed a complaint under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) on March 24, 1999 (the “Complaint”), alleging that Cinemark USA, Inc. engaged in a nationwide pattern and practice of designing, constructing, and/or operating stadium-style movie theaters that deny access to persons with disabilities who use wheelchairs and do not comply with the new construction standards of the ADA, including the line of sight requirements identified in 28 C.F.R. pt. 36, App. A, § 4.33.3. Cinemark has at all times denied any violation of law and nothing in this Consent Order constitutes an admission by Cinemark of any violation under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, its enabling regulations, or of any of the allegations made by the United States in this lawsuit. The United States recognizes that Cinemark has cooperated and demonstrated a commitment to providing persons with disabilities who use wheelchairs equal access to Cinemark’s stadium-style movie theaters. The United States and Cinemark present the following Consent Order and final judgment, which resolves the United States’ Complaint against Cinemark.

*US v. Paulding County, Ohio Commissioners
courtroom access
9 pages

*US v. City of Norwood, Ohio
courtroom access
8 pages

*US v. City of Wadsworth, Ohio
city hall inaccessibility
10 pages

*US v. City of Cleveland, Ohio
TDD & 911 services
4 pages

*US v. Franklin County, Ohio Sheriff's Office
TDD & 911 services
4 pages

*US v. Wood County Sheriff's Department Bowling Green, Ohio
provisions for hearing impaired
6 pages

US v. Venture Stores
Oklahoma State ID cards
consent agreement & order
12 pages

US and the City of Cambridge, Ohio
Program access for wheelchair users, effective communication with
persons with hearing and visual impairments
8 pages

US and Dr. Delmar Gheen, Ohio
effective communication Canton, Ohio
3 pages

US and City of Oregon, Ohio
City offices do not have TTYs or other aux aids
4 pages

US and the City of Toledo, Ohio
City failed to conduct a self-evaluation and prepare a transition plan
and failed to take steps necessary to make its programs, services and
Activities accessible to disabled
25 pages

US and United Skates of America
2 disabled children denied access Columbus, Ohio
3 pages

US and Wendy's Restaurants
26 pages

US & Guernsey County, OH
structural barriers; building inacccessible
25 pages

US & Mayfields Village, OH
inacccessible for mobility impairments
5 pages

US & The Mason Municipal Court,Warren County, OH
oral interpreter fee
5 pages

Updated August 30, 2016

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