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Law firm launches ADA Title III blog

BY Marianne Wilson

Washington, D.C. – Law firm Seyfarth Shaw LLP has launched a blog about the Americans With Disabilities Act. The blog, called the ADA Title III News & Insights Blog (Adatitleiii.com), is designed as an accessibility law resource for any business that opens its doors to the public.

Title III regulations have been prominent issues over the past year, according to the firm. One important development was the Justice Department’s issuance of new regulations under ADA Titles II and III requiring public accommodations and state and local governments to retrofit their existing pools and spas to include a pool lift or ramp entry.

The new blog is designed to serve as an accessibility law resource providing information for businesses falling under the ADA’s regulatory purview – including hotels, shopping centers, healthcare providers, restaurants and private educational institutions, among others. It contains links to resources and tools to help businesses better understand and comply with their legal obligations.

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P.Banik says:
Mar-13-2013 09:18 am

Such a blog would be a helpful for people who look for guidance on this issue. Thanks to the presence of the online law directories it is easier to find out about the lawyers and law firms. My friend in San Francisco was looking for a good divorce lawyer, and she found a good san francisco divorce lawyer online.

P.Banik says:
Mar-13-2013 09:18 am

Such a blog would be a helpful for people who look for guidance on this issue. Thanks to the presence of the online law directories it is easier to find out about the lawyers and law firms. My friend in San Francisco was looking for a good divorce lawyer, and she found a good san francisco divorce lawyer online.

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Best Buy Canada to roll out SOA-based mobile platform from Stella Nova

BY Staff Writer

New York — By the summer 2012, Best Buy Canada will start rolling out mobile point-of-sale (POS) in select Future Shop and Best Buy pilot store locations.

Implemented on the service oriented architecture (SOA)-based Stella Nova Mobile Retail Framework, the new mobile POS solution is architected to keep POS functionality independent of the mobile device and its operating system. This will enable the company to adapt seamlessly to future shifts in mobility trends and technology. The system will also allow the company to manage all aspects of customer interaction via a simple, intuitive user interface, keeping employee training to a minimum.

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J.Sen says:
Aug-01-2012 10:00 am

This would be beneficial for the companies and would bring a good profit!! Mobiles

J.Sen says:
Aug-01-2012 10:00 am

This would be beneficial for the companies and would bring a good profit!! Mobiles

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Claire’s Stores names former Disney Store executive as CEO

BY Marianne Wilson

New York — Claire’s Stores Inc. has named James D. Fielding, former president of Disney Stores Worldwide, as CEO, effective June 18, 2012. Fielding, who resigned from Disney on Monday, will also join Claire’s board of directors.

“I look forward to capitalizing on the many growth initiatives available to the company, including new stores, development of the Icing concept, continued international expansion in markets such as Mexico, India and China, and optimization of e-commerce,” Fielding said in a statement.

In addition to Disney, Fielding formerly held positions at Lands’ End Inc., The J. Peterman Co., The Gap and Dayton Hudson department stores.

Claire’s, which is owned by private equity firm Apollo, announced in January that CEO Eugene Kahn had resigned. Two other executives took over his responsibilities while a search was initiated.

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