Taco Bell is expected to appeal ruling that it violated Americans with Disabilities Act
A recent federal court decision that found Taco Bell in violation of federal and state laws protecting the rights of customers who use wheelchairs or scooters should motivate restaurant operators to comply with access rules, attorneys say. Observers expect the Irvine, Calif.-based Taco Bell to appeal the Oct. 5 ruling in the class-action case. A spokesman for the company declined to comment. However, sanctions against Taco Bell are still pending and could potentially total millions of ...
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