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Jason B. Jendrewski is an experienced counselor regarding a wide range of labor and employment law and public accommodation disability access issues. He defends employers and public accommodations in federal and state courts as well as in administrative proceedings before government agencies, such as the National Labor Relations Board, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, New York State Division of Human Rights, New York City Commission on Human Rights, U.S. Department of Labor, New York State Department of Labor, and U.S. Department of Justice.

Jason has extensive experience advising public accommodations on Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title III compliance regarding the accessibility of their facilities, websites and mobile applications, the use of service animals, the provision of auxiliary aids and services to ensure effective communication, and the obligations of hotels and other places of lodging concerning their reservations systems. Jason has defended or resolved more than one hundred lawsuits as well as numerous pre-litigation demands involving these issues. He also has presented to industry groups, provided guidance on legislative reform efforts, and published timely articles about ADA developments.

In addition to Jason’s robust ADA practice, Jason regularly counsels employers on their compliance with the myriad of federal, state, and local laws affecting the workplace and litigates class and collective action wage and hour claims and employment discrimination disputes. While Jason has represented private and public companies in a variety of industries, he has considerable experience representing restaurants, hotels, and other hospitality-related entities. Jason also has a background in traditional labor law and possesses labor relations experience in both the public and private sectors, including the professional sports industry.

On July 14, 2022, the New York City Council introduced legislation that would allow employees to file a civil action against their employers to enforce their rights under the New
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