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Karen Lee Torre Commentary: The Blind Leading The Unkind

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

Five corporations mdash; owners of McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's and Taco Bell outlets in New York State mdash; and their lawyers, deserve the ribbon for most ignoble appellate advocacy. The Second Circuit last week reinstated the Americans with Disabilities Act claim of a legally blind woman whose requests to have menus read to her (or large-print menus provided) were met with impatience and ridicule from restaurant staff.

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