Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Good Third Circuit Statute of Limitations Decision

Back in version 1.0 of this blog, I posted on the district court's decision in Disabled in Action v. Southeastern Pa. Transportation Authority, which had held (erroneously in my view) that the statute of limitations for challenging inaccessible transit station renovations under the ADA begins when the plaintiffs know that the renovations are going to be inaccessible, rather than on the (later) date when renovations are completed. Well, the Third Circuit yesterday issued its ruling on the plaintiffs' appeal from that decision, and it reversed the district court. Yay!

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