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Organizations Receiving a Rash of ADA Demand Letters Concerning Website Access

A variety of our clients have recently received demand letters from ADA plaintiff’s attorneys, and as there seems to be a great bit of confusion.

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Celebrating the ADA and Workforce Diversity

Twenty-five years ago today the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law prohibiting discrimination based on disability. Since that time the ADA has.

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LBVI and Redbox Reach Settlement Over Inaccessible Kiosks

In January 2012 the Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired (LBVI), along with five individuals who are blind, filed a class action lawsuit against.

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ADA for Websites – 2014 Current Technical Guidance

For 2014 SSB reiterates our prior year guidance for ADA technical compliance for websites to be the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA.

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ADA for Websites – Regulation Timing (2014)

We get lots of questions here about how the ADA applies to websites or how the ADA applies to the Internet in general.  As I.

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WSJ Article Highlights the Increasing Number of Lawsuits Over Web Accessibility

An article in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal brings attention to the growing number of lawsuits being filed against businesses under the ADA due to inaccessible websites. .

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ADA Compliance for State and Local Government Websites – Current Guidance

Our State and Local government clients often ask us about what is the target set of requirements they should aim for with respect to conforming.

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Lawsuit Claims Marriott Discriminates Against Blind Employees

Last week the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center (LAS-ELC) and TRE Legal filed a class action lawsuit in federal court against Marriott, alleging that the.

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What Accessibility Standards Apply to Mobile Applications?

Mobile Apps (including mobile web apps) are generally covered by the same standards for access by people with disabilities that apply to non-mobile software and.

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Are Mobile Applications Required to be Accessible?

Mobile Apps (including mobile web apps) are generally covered by the same requirements for access by people with disabilities that apply to non-mobile software and.

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