The Supreme Court will hear arguments in four cases the week of April 26 that could transform disability law. One author of the original 1990 law and other legal experts discuss how the law has been interpreted and how the Supreme Court could change it.


  • Chai Feldblum Associate professor of law at Georgetown University
  • Peter Petesch Attorney (w/Ford & Harrison in Washington, DC) filing on behalf of the Society for Human Resource Management
  • Steven F. Gold Attorney with the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia, filing on behalf of ADAPT (American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today)
  • Patricia Downing Senior assistant attorney general for the state of Georgia


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