The Americans with Disabilities Act: Legislation Concerning Notification Prior to Initiating Legal Action
Publication Date: October 2005
Publisher(s): Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides broad nondiscrimination protection in employment, public services, and public accommodation and services operated by private entities. Since the 106th Congress, legislation has been introduced to require plaintiffs to provide notice to the defendant prior to filing a complaint regarding public accommodations. In the 109th Congress, H.R. 2804 was introduced by Representative Foley to amend title III of the ADA to require notification. This report will be updated as necessary.