Clause: Suppose a hotel contract for a meeting does not include an Americans with Disabilities Act clause. Either the meeting planner or the hotel may say, “That's OK. We don't need an ADA clause because it's the law anyway, and compliance is required with or without a clause in the contract.” True, but omitting this important clause from a contract is not good business practice, and here's why. Effect: Although Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act applies to any public ...

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