Self-service tablets and kiosks can be found in just about every industry, from self-check-in at the doctor’s office to self-checkout at the grocery store. Due to COVID-19, more organizations are exploring self-service options to help their customers and employees maintain physical distance whenever possible.
Amidst all the uncertainty and increased focus on public health, people will be asked to make all materials accessible. That will include: websites providing critical.
This post shares Q&A from our March 11, 2020 webinar with Seyfarth Shaw LLP Partner Kristina Launey and Level Access CEO Tim Springer. You can.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP Partner Kristina Launey and Level Access CEO Tim Springer discuss recent legal developments and court decisions, and steps to take to minimize legal risk and protect your organization.
Over the last 20 years, litigation in the area of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as applied to the Internet has drastically increased. The.
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.
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..
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.
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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