Professor Kat Macfarlane Comments on Accessibility Issues Raised at AMC Theater in Greenville, North Carolina

In the wake of a disagreement between a disabled patron and management of an AMC Theater in Greenville, NC over seating accommodations, Professor Kat Macfarlane provided accessibility and Americans with Disabilities Act perspectives to ABC News 11.

Macfarlane, the Director of the Disability Law and Policy Program, noted that “The Americans with Disabilities Act governs places like movie theaters and restaurants, and requires that if there’s a policy in place, a movie theater for example, has to make a reasonable modification for people with disabilities.”