Settlement Reached In Wayne County Airport Authority Lawsuit
On October 16, 2014, Partners Jason Turkish and Melissa Nyman were able to successfully negotiate a settlement with the Wayne County Airport Authority, on behalf of clients Michael Harris and Karla Hudson. Harris and Hudson, sued the WCAA, claiming its decision to move the drop-off location for Michigan Flyer from curbside at International Arrivals, across the street, and 600 feet down violated the American’s with Disabilities Act. Harris and Hudson agreed to accept the new location, but the WCAA will be required to make it more accessible to individuals with disabilities.
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