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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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Why Do You Need to Worry about Accessible Voting?

Voting is the cornerstone of American democracy because it allows each individual a say in who will represent them and how their government will function..

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ADA and the Internet: Legal Update Q&A and Webinar Resources

Last week, Level Access CEO Tim Springer and Seyfarth Shaw partner Kristina Launey presented a free webinar on legal updates to the ADA. There were so many.

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Court Rules Five Guys Website Can be Place of Public Accommodation

In many of today’s digital accessibility cases under ADA Title III, the prevailing question is whether a website can be considered a place of public.

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DOJ Puts Draft Digital Accessibility Rules on “Inactive” List

For years, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has been considering regulations on digital accessibility under Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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The ADA, Section 504, and IDEA

If you are an educational institution, there are three major laws relating to digital accessibility that you need to know about: Title II of the.

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