About a year and a half ago, I wrote a blog post about a then-newly filed multi-plaintiff lawsuit alleging Walt Disney World discriminated against guests who have emotional or cognitive disabilities where parents of autistic children sued Disney under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) because Disney changed from the “Guest Assistance Card” (“GAC”) to the “Disability Access System” […]
Tag: Disney’s Disability Access Service
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts (the subsidiary that operates the Theme Parks) just filed its short (nine pages) brief opposing the DAS plaintiffs‘ attempt to add an additional 69 plaintiffs and expand the original complaint to one that, combined, exceeds 500 pages and 2,000 separate paragraphs. While we generally like to think of Disney as […]
Disney’s response to the lawsuit alleging Disney’s Disability Access Service (DAS) discriminates against individuals who have some degree of cognitive impairments essentially asserts that the lawsuit has no merit and should be dismissed. But to be honest, the response is mostly boring, though that isn’t a bad thing, legally.
After months of Facebook chatter, a group of parents and guardians have filed a lawsuit alleging Disney’s Disability Access Service (DAS) discriminates against individuals who have some degree of cognitive impairments. The lawsuit was filed in California on April 3, 2014. The complaint is 176 pages and includes over 640 paragraphs alleging that Disneyland and Walt […]