disability law


  • Lawyers say accessibility legislation needs timelines

    Lawyers say accessibility legislation needs timelines

    Jan 7, 2019

    The federal government’s accessibility legislation has gone to the Senate after seeing several amendments in the House of Commons, but lawyers who work with those who have disabilities say that more amendments are still needed to the bill — particularly when it comes to timelines and the complexity of the complaints process.

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