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3 Things - Tuesday, November 16

  1. CVS withdraws Supreme Court case on disability rights, announces new partnership 
    The plaintiffs objected to changes to the company's terms that meant they could not opt out of mail-only delivery or utilize another pharmacy with experience handling their special medication needs. They argued it had a discriminatory impact on them, even if that wasn't the company's intent.

  2. Justice Department Sues Uber for Overcharging People with Disabilities
    The Justice Department today filed a lawsuit against Uber Technologies Inc. (Uber) for charging "wait time" fees to passengers who, because of disability, need more time to enter a car. Uber’s policies and practices of charging wait time fees based on disability have harmed many passengers and potential passengers with disabilities throughout the country.

  3. The Man Who Filed More Than 180 Disability Lawsuits
    Albert Dytch, a 71-year-old man with muscular dystrophy who has filed more than 180 A.D.A. lawsuits in California. With the support of a prolific lawyer named Tanya Moore, Dytch has sued restaurants, movie theaters, shops and educational institutions.

Maggie Vaughan, CPACC
Content Marketing Practitioner