Following up on Defending ADA Lawsuits, this program delves further into the particulars of ADA litigation, including an expanded discussion of ADA history, and of litigation techniques and strategies.
Experienced ADA litigator Nolan Klein, Esq. explores recent case-law approving the concept of “tester” plaintiffs, and strategies for preventing clients from being sued more than once, including the use of consent decrees, and preemptively addressing “red flag” violations. His program also touches upon alternatives to settling an ADA matter.
I. Understand the ADA and ADA general litigation strategies and techniques
II. Discuss recent case-law on “tester” or “drive-by” ADA plaintiffs and the current state of the law on this issue
III. Review settlement strategies and techniques – and discuss what to do when an ADA case just cannot be settled
IV. Identify techniques used to avoid being sued a second time, including procedural mechanisms that may preclude future ADA lawsuits
Nolan Klein (@KleinLegal) is a litigation attorney with an active practice in New York and Florida. Mr. Klein has won settlements and verdicts for his clients totaling tens of millions of dollars. Mr. Klein is regularly called upon by national news media, including CNN and Fox News, to provide legal commentary and analysis, and has been named a "Super Lawyer" by Law & Politics Magazine (an honor awarded to less than 5% of U.S. attorneys). Mr. Klein has served as editor of a legal publication, as an advisor on American law to the Supreme Court of Israel, as Law Clerk to the President of the American Trial Lawyers' Association, and has had his writing published nationally. Mr. Klein has represented clients in arbitration, mediation, appeals, and in hundreds of lawsuits in state and federal court.
Mr. Klein obtained his undergraduate (B.A.) degree in Political Science from the University of Florida, and his Juris Doctor (law) degree from the University of Miami. At the University of Florida, he was an opinion columnist with the Independent Florida Alligator, and at the University of Miami, Nolan was editor-in-chief of the Res Ipsa Loquitur law school journal, and was the University of Miami's representative to the National Conference of College Newspapers. Nolan Klein is proud to represent clients with empathy, and with understanding of the difficulties involved in legal disputes, and he works very hard to guide client to successful outcomes.
Very pleased with this follow up to the intro course.
Good presentation. Clear and precise with some decent illustrations of the presenter's own professional experiences.
As an attorney with a disability that has practiced in this area, Klein did an excellent job. Although he represents the defendants, he seems to appreciate what these cases mean for people with disabilities.
Great presentation that I enjoyed.
Well done by an obviously experienced practitioner.
Important information for all businesses, including law firms. Well presented.
Shared useful tools
Great course Great instructor Great information Please offer more ADA courses especially with regard to California law
one of the best courses
Highly recommend this experienced practitioner's presentation.
Nolan Klein does a great job.
very practical advice. well done.
reasonably good presentation and a nice look from the defense perspective . . .
As a business owner, this information was very helpful to me personally, quite apart from useful as an attorney
Very good presentation.
Good details provided. Thanks
Especially interesting after I recently saw a 60 Minutes segment about someone who sued often on ADA violations
Fantastic course! This is not my area of expertise but I really enjoyed it. Great instructor!
Insightful and practical!
Very well delivered.
Good and instructive presentation of ADA case law, trends in ADA filings, assorted settlement strategies, along with changing and creative viable defenses as well as how best to avoid litigation. The capable and knowledgeable speaker also peppered the program with best practices.
I enjoy this speaker very much.
i liked the tip about settlement documents -
Would recommend to attorneys in this area of law
This was a really good second course to his first course on ADA litigation defense. Interesting to know that ADA litigation is increasing in New York to make the city more accessible to the disabled.
Should have a longer been longer CLE.
It was very interesting. Thank you.
Mr. Klein was excellent!