Helping Employers Minimize Exposure To ADA Claims
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is one of the newest employment law statutes and also one of the most invasive, reaching down into workplaces and mandating the revision of job duties and the reconfiguration of public spaces. Having been amended in 2008 and with new regulations that came out in 2011, the ADA is a constantly evolving statute that requires vigilant monitoring to ensure compliance. At Thatcher Law Firm, we can help to ensure that you are meeting the mandates of the ADA and minimizing your risk of exposure to litigation. Given the new regulations derived from the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, it is easier than ever for employees to claim a disability and to demand accommodations. This opens the door to a flood of new lawsuits. We at Thatcher Law Firm, as experienced Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., employment attorneys practicing throughout the mid-Atlantic, have handled many ADA matters on both the defense and plaintiff sides, and we have the experience you need to ward off meritless claims and successfully resolve complex litigation.
Our Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland Americans with Disabilities Act lawyers can represent you through the administrative stages of employment discrimination proceedings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and in state and federal court. We strive to resolve ADA disputes between employees and employers without the need for a trial; however, we are skilled trial lawyers who will represent you in court when necessary.