Explosion of Disability Lawsuits: How One Law Firm’s Strategy is Impacting Businesses Nationwide

Washington, D.C. – A surge in disability lawsuits has swept over businesses across the United States, instigated primarily by a specific law firm. This legal powerhouse has flooded various courts with thousands of claims, alleging that numerous businesses fail to comply with federal disability laws. These lawsuits target a myriad of establishments ranging from restaurants and shops to healthcare facilities, arguing that they are not adequately accessible to people with disabilities. The heart of these legal actions lies in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a civil rights law that mandates equal access and prohibits … Read more

Legal Battle Ignites as Gulfside Casino Sues Cherokee Nation Businesses Over Arkansas Casino License

Pope County, AR — The contest for the Pope County casino license has escalated into the courts, sparking a lawsuit that pits the Gulfside Casino Partnership against Cherokee Nation Businesses (CNB). Gulfside, which finds its home base in Mississippi, lodged formal complaints against CNB, alleging the use of unethical practices to secure the coveted gaming license. At the heart of the lawsuit, filed last Tuesday, is the claim that Cherokee Nation Businesses used coercion and possibly unlawful tactics. Gulfside alleges that these methods were employed to influence local officials and thereby gain an upper hand … Read more

Landmark Court Ruling Declares Corporate Transparency Act Unconstitutional: What This Means for Small Businesses and Future Litigation

Birmingham, Alabama – In a significant ruling, the US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama declared the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) unconstitutional on March 1, 2024. The court granted summary judgment to Issac Winkles and the National Small Business Association (NSBA), as they argued that the CTA exceeded the federal government’s authority. As a result, the court issued an injunction favoring the named plaintiffs, providing them relief from complying with the CTA. The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) of the US Department of Treasury further confirmed that it would not pursue any enforcement … Read more

Federal Judge Vacates NLRB’s Joint Employer Rule in Major Win for American Businesses

Dodgertown, USA – In a significant legal victory for American businesses, a federal judge on Friday evening overturned the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) “joint employer” rule that was set to take effect that day. The rule would have modified the standard used to determine joint-employer status and revoked a previous 2020 version of the rule that was perceived to be more favorable for employers. US District Judge J. Campbell Barker from the Eastern District of Texas declared in his final judgment that the new rule “would be contrary to law” and that rescinding the … Read more