This is post #16 in the ADA Compliance Series, which aims to outline a structure for validating and justifying a claim of “ADA compliance” for.
An overview of digital accessibility lawsuits under the ADA – what they’re alleging and what they’re asking for.
A summary of the core requirements in the Specific Prohibitions section of ADA Title III, mixing in references both to the statute (law) and implementing regulations.
A summary of the core requirements in the general prohibitions section of ADA Title III that we’ve seen relate to digital accessibility.
ADA Title III’s General Rule summarizes the requirement, which is, simply stated, that you cannot prevent people with disabilities from enjoying full and equal use of the things that you do or provide at a place of public accommodation.
Title III of the ADA explicitly prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in the operation of a place of public accommodation. We cover a couple of key definitions around that in this post.
Level Access Founder & CEO Tim Springer shares hard data and insights on digital accessibility trends, new developments, and key projections for the year ahead.
A high-level look at the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and its five titles that cover specific areas of public life – four of which warrant attention for digital accessibility.
Get an overview of the four key areas this blog series will explore: laws & regulations, lawsuits, what makes a website ADA compliant, and answers to some of the tricky questions.
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