The Southern District U.S. Attorney has sued an Orange County law firm for allegedly discriminating against the disabled by refusing to allow a client to enter its offices with her service dog.

The suit (See Complaint) alleges that Larkin, Axelrod, Ingrassia & Tetenbaum and partner John Ingrassia violated Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act when they refused to let a client, Lauren Klejmont, enter the office with Reicha, her German shepherd.

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