Beth S. Joseph litigates Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-related cases across the United States, emphasizing Title II and III matters. She counsels and conducts training for clients on all aspects of federal and state public accommodations laws, including electronic information technology compliance. She also appears before administrative agencies and interfaces with the US Department of Justice on matters related to Titles II and III. Beth co-authored the 2003–2014 editions of Public Accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act: Compliance and Litigation Manual.
Beth also represents management facing harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and other employment and labor claims in US state and federal court. She conducts high-level, sensitive internal investigations for clients, including harassment and discrimination investigations. Additionally, she drafts ADA- and employment-related policies and manuals, as well as employment and separation agreements and releases.
Georgetown University Law Center, 1995, J.D.
Duke University, 1992, A.B.
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Employment, Law360 (2017)
Listed, Accessibility Law Firm of the Year in Florida, Global Law Experts Awards (2016)
Winner, The Daily Business Review’s Litigation Department of the Year – Labor and Employment (2014, 2017)
Member, Florida Bar Association
Member, American Bar Association
Former Chair, Florida Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section, Fair Labor Standards Act Committee