David and Amy are brother-and-sister and live in Boca Raton, Florida. David is

David
and Amy are brother-and-sister and live in Boca Raton, Florida. David
is

David
and Amy are brother-and-sister and live in Boca Raton, Florida. David
is a writer, working on his first book. He had been employed as a police
officer in Delray Beach, but left the force after being shot in the
line of duty. As a result of the shooting, David is paralyzed from his
waist down, and now uses a wheelchair.
Amy is an event planner, having earned her degree in Event
Management from Lynn University. She worked for Boca’s Best Party
Planners, Inc. for two years, but lost her job when the company went
bankrupt. She has an interview set up on Friday with Big Haas Country
Club for their open event manager position.
On Friday, David and Amy go their ways – David heads to the new
Italian Yummy restaurant to meet a friend, Amy goes to her interview.
When David arrives at Italian Yummy, he is shocked to see that
all of the tables are high, bar-top tables. He asks Jerry Jerk, the
manager, if there is a low table that he can use, accounting for his
wheelchair. “Sorry, pal,” Jerk responds, “we feel badly about it, but we
just don’t have any low tables. Don’t get many guys in wheelchairs in
here, ya know, so we don’t really bother.”
Amy’s interview actually goes worse than Adam’s attempt at lunch.
Amy thinks that her interview with Barry Bigot is going quite well, as
she determines that she is clearly well-qualified for this job.
Suddenly, Bigot looks up from Amy’s resume and says, “Oh, wait, you went
to Solomon Schechter Hebrew High School. You’re Jewish? Sorry, but we
don’t hire any Jews. Thanks for coming in.”
David and Amy each file lawsuits – David against Italian Yummy, Amy against Big Haas Country Club.
Write a report giving the following for each of these cases:
1) a complete overview of Title III of the ADA and Title VII of
the Civil Rights Act, specifying each of the legal elements of
discrimination to the facts of the case at hand;
2) offer your opinion as to how each case should be decided AND why.
The report shall be submitted in 12-point typed, double-spaced
form. A report that does not follow this form will be deducted per the
grading rubric. 1000 word minimum.