Featured Cases

We participate in complex impact litigation and class actions in state and federal courts throughout the United States, usually involving novel issues around access for blind and otherwise disabled people and often involving emerging technologies.

A representative selection of cases and other matters handled by TRE Legal Practice are profiled below:

  • Case Profile: Martinez v. County of Alameda

    Yes, under the ADA, if a blind business owner comes to a government office to file her paper form, staff do need to read and write on official forms under her direction. That’s the jury verdict delivered by a federal jury in California against Alameda County on Tuesday, April 3, 2024. The case is still active. Case Profile >

  • Case Profile: Orozco v. Garland (Dept. of Justice)

    A blind FBI analyst is seeking to make the Department of Justice provide him with accessible workplace software. The case is currently active. Case Profile >

  • Case Profile: Bashin v. Conduent, Inc.

    Bryan Bashin, a blind camping enthusiast, brought suit under the California False Claims Act (CFCA) and California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act after learning that Conduent State & Local Solutions, Inc. and its contractor, US eDirect, Inc., had contracted with the California Department of Parks and Recreation to deliver a public-facing reservations website that was accessible to blind users–and then delivered a website that was not accessible. The case settled in November 2023. Case Profile >

  • Case Profile: West Valley College

    To make sure that innovative new language learning tools were accessible to disabled students, TRE Legal Practice worked with West Valley College through structured negotiations to come up with a Settlement Agreement to address and prevent such problems. Case Profile >