Marty Orlick's practice, encompassing more than 30 years, focuses primarily on real estate transactions and real
estate litigation, including hospitality, financial institution, shopping center, retail and commercial leasing,
acquisitions and sales, lease administration for developers and tenants, portfolio management, regulation of real
property use and development, eminent domain litigation and counseling, and abstracting lease portfolios. He is
experienced in counseling and defending clients with respect to Americans with Disabilities Act claims in State and
Federal court and defending Department of Justice investigations and complaints, including negotiating Voluntary
Compliance Agreements. His ADA practice includes counseling businesses on the full spectrum of ADA compliance
including the development of policy and procedure manuals and website accessibility issues. Marty has represented
the nation's largest financial institutions in corporate real estate, litigation, class actions, and ADA cases. He has also
represented trust clients of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Bank of America and Bank of the West. He is a member of the
Global Hospitality Group®.
The regulations and requirements for these accessible charging stations are very specific, and the article below, written by my partner Marty Orlick, gives only a high-level summary of the scoping and technical requirements. This is an area where you really need to talk to the ...
On October 26, 2017, a judge dismissed 99 ADA lawsuits, ordered an in forma pauperis plaintiff (a person without funds to pursue the cost of a lawsuit) to pay filing fees of $38,300 and authorized the defendants to file fee and sanction motions.Surely, this plaintiff's lawyer ...
but they suffered civil penalties and expensive litigation, as well.If the owner and operator of the Rosa Mexicano restaurants had done their homework, and received proper counsel, they could have saved money, and avoided the lawsuit, not to mention the negative publicity that ...
In California, litigation filed under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the related Unruh Act and Disabled Persons Act (DPA) which allows for a minimum of $1,000 per offense has allowed plaintiffs to recover damages for multiple offenses from one defendant, plus ...