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We defend businesses, websites, and property owners facing lawsuits related to the American with Disabilities Act, Business, and Real Estate matters

Leading ADA Defense Attorneys

Our Team Of Attorneys Has The Experience To Defend You And Protect Your Business and Real Estate

Meet Our Attorneys

Attorney L. Scott Karlin

L. Scott Karlin

Attorney David E. Karlin

David E. Karlin

Attorney Michael J. Karlin

Michael J. Karlin

Attorney Rex T. Reeves

Rex T. Reeves

Attorney Dan T. Danet

Dan T. Danet

Recent News

California’s AB 1757 Will Cause Massive Website Shutdowns

California’s pending ADA Website Lawsuit bill, AB 1757, will likely force website developers to leave California and result in a massive shutdown of business websites, all to the loss of consumers, including disabled consumers.

Karlin Law Forces Dismissals of Three ADA Website Lawsuits

Karlin Law forces dismissals of three Andres Gomez ADA website Lawsuits that were filed by different ADA Plaintiff’s law firms, one of which was filed by the Potter Handy (Center for Disability Access). Examples of Andres Gomez ADA Website Lawsuits…

ADA Plaintiff Andres Gomez is Forced to Dismiss 14 ADA Website Lawsuits

Karlin Law has forced serial Plaintiff Andres Gomez to dismiss 14 separate lawsuits without any payment and without any settlement, these ADA lawsuits and claims were filed by Andres Gomez using different lawyers…

California’s AB 1757 Is A Website Killer

The California legislature is attempting to bring some clarity to thousands of ADA website cases being filed statewide. Most of these are filed in California State Court for alleged violations of the Federal ADA. Unfortunately, the proposed bill destroys the very thing it is attempting to protect — the availability of websites for everyone.

Recent Blog Posts

Is your evacuation plan ADA compliant?

You’ve put a lot of thought into how you can make your business accessible for everyone. Not only have you stuck to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), but you’ve attempted to go beyond.

Small details could change ADA compliance

You have done your best to make sure that your business is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, (ADA). You want to make sure that everyone has the ability to access your company…

Is your hotel’s booking system ADA compliant?

With few exceptions, you generally need to make your physical facilities (and in some cases your websites) equally available to people regardless of their…

Online businesses: Beware claims of ADA noncompliance

When you go onto a website and it is not ADA compliant, you likely wouldn’t know unless you live with a disability. For someone who has a disability, such as a visual impairment, particularly the blind…