Chapter 3 covers how the ADA is enforced and what kinds of relief are available under it. It discusses the enforcement roles of various U.S. federal agencies, including the Department of Justice, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Department of Transportation. It also discusses the extent to which individuals can seek to enforce the ADA through filing complaints with agencies and bringing lawsuits. It covers some of the basic requirements for individuals to be able to sue under the ADA. It also addresses the types of remedies available should agency or individual actions establish a violation or violations of the ADA.

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