Members of Greenberg Traurig’s ADA and Accessibility Law Practice assist clients in matters ranging from permitting, design, waivers, accessibility, and compliance, to labor, safety, and employment issues. Our team, which includes architects and engineers, has broad public, private, legislative, and litigation experience that allows us to pinpoint and anticipate potential ADA and related accessibility issues, as well as respond immediately to job-site and workplace safety issues on a national, state, and local level. We help clients ensure that properties are compliant with the appropriate codes in all phases of construction, both before and after purchase.
Protections for the disabled are at the forefront of our practice and we advise on state and federal Fair Housing Act (FHA) issues, issues related to Titles I, II, and III of the ADA, the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS), and the Rehabilitation Act. We also handle matters related to FEMA, environmental compliance and permitting, historic preservation, special use licensing, OSHA, and real estate. With deep experience litigating cases brought under all of the accessibility codes, we are adept at handling matters of all sizes, from those of single facilities up to national class actions including 5,000 facilities and a purported class of 54 million.