Join our experienced attorney who is well-versed in the intricate landscape of ADA disability law. We understand the importance of staying up-to-date with recent developments, such as the intersection of COVID-19 and the ADA. His comprehensive knowledge encompasses recent cases that have explored whether COVID-19 can be classified as a disability under the ADA. By examining the legal precedents and arguments surrounding this issue, he is equipped to provide you with the most informed and effective legal strategies. Whether you are seeking guidance on compliance with ADA regulations or representation in a related case, Mr. Walter is committed to advocating for your best interests. Follow Mr. Walter as he navigates the complexities of ADA disability law and provide you with the exceptional legal counsel you deserve.
Key topics to be discussed:
ADA disability law
Recent cases addressing whether COVID-19 is a disability under the ADA
Arguments for and against classifying COVID-19 as a disability under the ADA
Date: June 28, 2023
Nicholas Walter | Moyes Sellers & Hendricks Ltd
His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, business law, and trial work. Mr. Walter represents clients in all aspects of litigation, mediation, and arbitration in cases involving numerous claims, including fraud, retaliation, discrimination, harassment, negligence, breach of contract, and faulty construction. His clients range from individuals to large national companies, operating across numerous industries such as construction, energy, education, healthcare, utilities, and real estate.
While in law school, Mr. Walter served as an editor on four law journals and competed in numerous moot court and mock trial competitions. He also first chaired ten trials to verdict as a Rule 38 limited practice attorney in a prosecutor’s office. All ten verdicts were convictions. When not at the office, Mr. Walter enjoys playing various sports such as football, softball, and ultimate frisbee, serving in his church, and spending time with his beautiful wife. He is also the head coach of the Trial Team at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.
I. ADA disability law | 1:00pm – 1:20pm
II. Recent cases addressing whether COVID-19 is a disability under the ADA | 1:20pm – 1:40pm
III. Arguments for and against classifying COVID-19 as a disability under the ADA | 1:40pm – 2:00pm