New Jersey lawyer focusing on special education law and employment law


An Invitation to an Open Dialogue with the AMA

This blog post is in response to recent reports regarding the American Medical Association’s June 2009 resolution that included this statement

iPhones, AAC, and Health Care Reform

There can be no question that software applications for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch have become very sophisticated. Many of these apps have given

Communicating with the Deaf and Speech Impaired

One of the most important cases that affect business owners in New Jersey is a case where a deaf patient repeatedly requested that her doctor hire a

Should We Rethink the Concept of Service Animals?

Earlier, I provided an overview of the law regarding service animals. In that post, I parenthetically mentioned a fascinating and engaging New York

Deaf People are not Deaf to Justice

Deaf people are not deaf to justice. Blind people aren’t blind to justice either. When deaf, hard-of-hearing, blind, and visually-impaired people ar

Can You Do This? Part II

If you had two fingers on each hand, could you play the piano? Pianist Hee Ah Lee can! Could you play a Tom Petty song on guitar with your

Real Jury Managers Don’t Show Up At Your Door

In the August 31, 2009 issue of the New Jersey Law Journal, I learned that there is a new identity theft scheme occurring in New Jersey (and possibly

Language Freedom: What does it mean to you?

In 2006, a cheesesteak delicatessen in Philadelphia made waves when the proprietor hung up a sign that read: “This is AMERICA: WHEN ORDERING PLEASE

Web Accessibility for the Blind and Visually Impaired Under the ADA

Unlike music and stand-up comedy, the internet is largely a visual art. Colors, photographs, videos. These are the things that make websites look

Service Animals in the Schools

I don’t know about you, but I love reading positive stories about service animals that accompany children with special needs to school. Thr