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Arizonans with Disabilities Act

Ubowski v. Cardinals

On January 18, 2013, the State of Arizona Attorney General Office's Civil Rights Division of Arizona Department of Law ("ACRD") filed suit against Defendants, Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority, Global Spectrum, Inc. and Global Spectrum, L.P. (collectively, "AZSTA"); and Arizona Cardinals Holdings, Inc., Arizona Cardinals Football Club LLC, Arizona Cardinals Parent Company LLC, and Arizona Cardinals Holding Company LLC (collectively, "Cardinals") in Maricopa County Superior Court, Case No. CV2013-00642.

State v. Harkins Administrative Services, Inc. et al.

The State filed suit against Defendants, affiliated entities doing business under the trade name of “Harkins Theatres” (“Harkins”) and currently operating 25 theater complexes throughout Arizona, with a total of 346 auditoriums. The State filed the lawsuit on behalf of Frederick Lindstrom, and Justin Gopen, individuals who are profoundly deaf; Larry Wanger, an individual who is blind; and similarly-situated persons living with sensory disabilities in ...

State v. Cinemark Holdings, Inc. et al.

This is an action brought under the Arizonans with Disabilities Act, Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1492, et seq., ("AZDA"), to correct a discriminatory public accommodation practice, to provide appropriate relief to aggrieved persons, and to vindicate the public interest. Movies are a vital part of the social, cultural and political life of Arizonans. Movies and their stars, music, themes, messages and characters infuse our social activities, entertainment, discussions and shared experiences.

Stave v. Buggy Inn, L.L.C. (service animal)

This is an action under the Arizona Civil Rights Act ("ACRA"), Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1492, et seq., to correct unlawful discrimination in a place of public accommodations based upon disability, to provide appropriate relief to an aggrieved person, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, this matter is brought to redress the injury sustained by Gary Frandino ("Mr. Frandino") who was unlawfully discriminated against by Defendant.

Tate v. Marquee Theaters (Access to Movie Theaters)

This is an action brought under the Arizonans with Disabilities Act, Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1492, et seq., ("AzDA"), to correct a discriminatory public accommodation practice, to provide appropriate relief to aggrieved persons and to vindicate the public interest. Movies are a vital part of the social, cultural and political life of Arizonans. Movies and their stars, themes, messages and characters infuse our social activities, entertainment, discussions and shared expenences.

State v. Harkins Amusement Ent. Inc. (Access to Movie Theaters)

This is an action brought under the Arizonans with Disabilities Act, Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1492, et seq., ("AzDA"), to correct a discriminatory public accommodation practice, to provide appropriate relief to aggrieved persons and to vindicate the public interest. Movies are a vital part of the social, cultural and political life of Arizonans. Movies and their stars, themes, messages and characters infuse our social activities, entertainment, discussions and shared experiences.

State v. Family Health (service animal)

This is an action brought under the Arizona Civil Rights Act to correct an unlawful service practice, to provide appropriate relief to an aggrieved person, and to vindicate the public interest. Specifically, the State brings this matter to redress the injury sustained because Defendant Family Health Providers, Ltd. ("FHP") subjected Karen Yrabedra to discrimination because of her disability, in violation of the Arizona Civil Rights Act, Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1492.02.

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