California Passes New Digital Accessibility Law for State Agencies

As reported by Seyfarth Shaw’s ADA Title III blog, California has passed legislation requiring websites of state agencies and entities to be digitally accessible. The.

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New Hampshire Court Denies Blue Apron’s Motion to Dismiss Digital Accessibility Suit

Earlier this month, a federal District Court in New Hampshire denied the defendant’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit in Access Now, Inc. v. Blue Apron..

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American Council of the Blind Sues Hulu over Inaccessible Website and Content

On Monday, the American Council of the Blind (ACB) filed a nationwide class suit against Hulu, accusing the streaming video service of violating Title III.

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At Least Nine Credit Unions to Face Digital Accessibility Lawsuits

Since mid-September, a Virginia man has filed a series of lawsuits against at least nine credit unions for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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New York Man Brings ADA Suits Against Nine Universities for Inaccessible Websites

Since late September, a New York City man has filed class action lawsuits against at least nine area colleges and university—including Fordham University, Hofstra University,.

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On the Other Side of the Glass: Inaccessible Vending Machines and Why They Matter

On October 2, 2017, the Supreme Court declined to hear a case appealing a lower court decision that vending machines were not covered under the.

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Looking for Love in Inaccessible Places: Match.com Goes to Court

“Love is blind,” the old saying goes. But a new lawsuit alleges that singles who are blind or low vision are being denied the ability.

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Accessible Voting and the Law

A large number of federal and state laws regulate the electoral process. Most cases focused on accessible voting, however, are brought under two laws: Section.

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What You Need to know about H.R. 620 and Digital Accessibility

On September 7, 2017, House Resolution 620, also known as the ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017, passed out of the House Judiciary Committee..

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How Election Websites Exclude Users with Disabilities

Voting is one of the most important rights and privileges held by American citizens, but remains inaccessible to many individuals with disabilities. Although progress has.

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