U.S. sues law firm for prohibiting disabled client from entering premises with service dog

On November 8, 2011, the United States sued law firm Larkin, Axelrod, Ingrassia & Tetenbaum LLP and partner John Ingrassia under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.¬† Plaintiff alleged that on at least three occasions, the law firm prevented its ADA-disabled client, Lauren Klejmont, from entering the law firm’s premises¬†with her service animal, a German Shepard named Reicha.

You can read the complaint here:

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