Once a plaintiff in an action brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act shows that removing barriers to access for the disabled can be “readily achieved,” it is up to the defendant to prove otherwise, a Southern District judge has ruled.

Judge Shira A. Scheindlin clarified the pleading standard under the ADA at the request of the New York Yankees and four plaintiffs who sued over access for the disabled at Yankee Stadium.

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