Won $7.5 million jury verdict in disability discrimination case against Wal-Mart

After an eight day trial in the Eastern District of New York, a federal jury returned a verdict of $7.5 million against Wal-Mart and an individual manager for discriminating against a disabled man with cerebral palsy. This jury verdict is one of the largest ever rendered under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and has received worldwide media attention. The case has been cited in court documents over 1,300 times in support of the ADA.

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