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Park Meadows Mall

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Citation

Stephens, et al. v. Park Meadows Mall, Ltd., et al.,, Civ. Act. No. 98-N-2729 (D.C. Colo. 1998)

Issues

Mall access problems: insufficient number of van accessible parking spaces; counters that were too high; no TTY shelves for the deaf; store access problems (16 stores): counter heights; crowding stores with merchandise such that people who use wheelchairs can’t get through or into stores.

Stores involved

Abercrombie & Fitch, Contempo Casuals, Esprit, Gap, Hot Topic, Limited Too, Miller’s Outpost, Museum Company, Natural Wonders, Pacific Sunwear, Pottery Barn, Right Start, SeBastiens, Stephany’s Chocolates, Williams-Sonoma, Zumiez.

Status

Settled with all 17 defendants; access provided and monitoring provisions; terms of some settlements confidential.

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