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The Trump Organization

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The Trump Organization

725 5th Ave

New York City, New York,10022

United States

Company Description

Based in Los Angeles, Trump Productions LLC is the television production and entertainment business arm of the privately held Trump Organization. Trump Productions is an Executive Producer of many network and cable television shows including six seasons of the...more

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HoustonChronicle.com - Quadriplegic lawyer accuses 'Apprentice' of discrimination

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The Apprentice may be entertainment but it also amounts to a protracted job interview, says James W. Schottel Jr., who filed a federal case in St. Louis claiming that audition rules demanding "excellent physical" health are discriminatory.Representing himself, Schottel wants a preliminary injunction to block the show from holding contestant interviews scheduled for Friday in St. Louis until his case is heard.Beyond that, he wants an order that he "and others similarly situated" be considered for the program."I'm a fan of the show, and I'm a fan of Mr. Trump, and I don't think he would support any kind of discrimination," said Schottel, 32.He filed suit Friday alleging that Trump Productions LLC violates his rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act.Schottel said he is not worried that his case may harm his chances of being selected - or even hired by Trump."I think that if anything, he would admire me for standing up for what I believe in," he said.Schottel said he has not seen disabled people participate in the show, and he is concerned that the application process is either blocking or discouraging them.He cites a form that warns applicants, "You must be in excellent physical and mental health," and "meet all physical and psychological requirements."But he said in an interview Tuesday that he has no "hard evidence" of anyone being rejected or discouraged.Schottel insists that he can perform any role necessary from his wheelchair." To be a corporate executive, I don't think you need to be able to run 100 yards or run a flight of steps or anything of that nature," he noted.He grew up in St. Louis and attended Baker University in Kansas, where he kicked a 44-yard field goal in a playoff football game his freshman year.He suffered a spinal cord injury while participating in a fraternity hazing in 1991 in which he said no alcohol was involved.After receiving a degree in math education, he graduated from the St. Louis University School of Law in 1999.He said his practice includes civil rights and personal injury cases.


WMICentral - National News

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"The Apprentice" may be entertainment, but it also amounts to a protracted job interview, says James W. Schottel Jr., who filed a federal case in St. Louis claiming that audition rules demanding "excellent physical" health are discriminatory. Representing himself, Schottel wants a preliminary injunction to block the show from holding contestant interviews scheduled for Friday in St. Louis until his case is heard.Beyond that, he wants an order that he "and others similarly situated" be considered for the program. "I'm a fan of the show, and I'm a fan of Mr. Trump, and I don't think he would support any kind of discrimination," said Schottel, 32. He filed suit Friday alleging that Trump Productions LLC violates his rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Schottel said he is not worried that his case may harm his chances of being selected -- or even hired by Trump."I think that if anything, he would admire me for standing up for what I believe in," he said. Schottel said he has not seen disabled people participate in the show, and he is concerned that the application process is either blocking or discouraging them. He cites a form that warns applicants, "You must be in excellent physical and mental health," and "meet all physical and psychological requirements."But he said in an interview Tuesday that he has no "hard evidence" of anyone being rejected or discouraged. Schottel insists that he can perform any role necessary from his wheelchair."To be a corporate executive, I don't think you need to be able to run 100 yards or run a flight of steps or anything of that nature," he noted. He grew up in St. Louis and attended Baker University in Kansas, where he kicked a 44-yard field goal in a playoff football game his freshman year.He suffered a spinal cord injury while participating in a fraternity hazing in 1991 in which he said no alcohol was involved. After receiving a degree in math education, he graduated from the St. Louis University School of Law in 1999.He said his practice includes civil rights and personal injury cases.


KRT Wire | 02/08/2005 | ^`Apprentice' audition rules discriminate, quadriplegic lawyer says<

www.aberdeennews.com [cached]

"The Apprentice" may be entertainment but it also amounts to a protracted job interview, says James W. Schottel Jr., who filed a federal case in St. Louis claiming that audition rules demanding "excellent physical" health are discriminatory.Representing himself, Schottel wants a preliminary injunction to block the show from holding contestant interviews scheduled for Friday in St. Louis until his case is heard.Beyond that, he wants an order that he "and others similarly situated" be considered for the program."I'm a fan of the show, and I'm a fan of Mr. Trump, and I don't think he would support any kind of discrimination," said Schottel, 32.He filed suit Friday alleging that Trump Productions LLC violates his rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act.Schottel said he is not worried that his case may harm his chances of being selected - or even hired by Trump."I think that if anything, he would admire me for standing up for what I believe in," he said.Schottel said he has not seen disabled people participate in the show, and he is concerned that the application process is either blocking or discouraging them.He cites a form that warns applicants, "You must be in excellent physical and mental health," and "meet all physical and psychological requirements."But he said in an interview Tuesday that he has no "hard evidence" of anyone being rejected or discouraged.Schottel insists that he can perform any role necessary from his wheelchair." To be a corporate executive, I don't think you need to be able to run 100 yards or run a flight of steps or anything of that nature," he noted.He grew up in St. Louis and attended Baker University in Kansas, where he kicked a 44-yard field goal in a playoff football game his freshman year.He suffered a spinal cord injury while participating in a fraternity hazing in 1991 in which he said no alcohol was involved.After receiving a degree in math education, he graduated from the St. Louis University School of Law in 1999.He said his practice includes civil rights and personal injury cases.


Evan Schaeffer's Legal Underground: February 2005

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"The Apprentice" may be entertainment, but it also amounts to a protracted job interview, says James W. Schottel Jr., who filed a federal case in St. Louis claiming that audition rules demanding "excellent physical" health are discriminatory.Though he's suing Donald Trump, Schottel is also trying to get on the show.According to the article, "Schottel said he is not worried that his case may harm his chances of being selected--or even hired by Trump. 'I think that if anything, he would admire me for standing up for what I believe in.'"Related posts: Lawyers on The Apprentice: Are They All a Bunch of Losers?; Types of Lawyers #14: The Lawyer Who's on The Apprentice


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