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J.D. v. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Gluten-sensitive boy goes to restaurant in Colonial Williamsburg. The restaurant won’t let him sit and eat the gluten-free food he brought for himself. (Doing so might be against the local health code avers the restaurant). Fourth Circuit: Could be a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The boy’s suit can proceed to trial.


Tags: 2019, ADA, Fourth Circuit, Statutory Interpretation

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