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NEWSFLASH: Supreme Court Will NOT Hear Domino’s Web Accessibility Case

The Supreme Court has made its decision. They have denied Domino’s petition for certiorari; in other words, the Supreme Court will not be hearing Domino’s.

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Access to All, or Else: California Supreme Court Issues Unanimous Decision Affirming Equal Online Access 

Thanks to the unanimous ruling from White v. Square, slip op. at 16 (Cal. Aug. 12, 2019), a formal agreement or willingness to transact with.

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Webinar: Beyond the Web – How to Ensure Your Mobile Content is Accessible

Using smartphones to perform basic activities of daily living like banking, shopping, or scheduling appointments is no longer just a convenience—it’s become the norm. And the ability to use these features is often even more valuable to people with disabilities, removing real world barriers to the products & services they need.

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Will the U.S. Supreme Court Hear Domino’s v. Robles? If They Do, What Could Happen?

Part III: Our crystal ball is getting even clearer. As we wrote about back in July, of the thousands of digital accessibility cases winding their.

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Will the U.S. Supreme Court Define the Legal Requirements of Digital Accessibility in Domino’s v. Robles? Our Legal Crystal Ball Says: Probably, Not.

Among the thousands of digital accessibility cases filed in federal and state courts each year, many are watching one case with particular interest: Domino’s Pizza LLC v. Guillermo Robles.

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Inaccessible Healthcare Websites Risk Lawsuits, As Well As Patients’ Health

Getting quality medical care is tough, but it’s even tougher when you can’t access critical information on your provider or insurance company’s website.

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Whitepaper: ADA Demand Letters & Settlements – Lessons Learned

Want a Win-Win ADA Settlement? If you’ve received a demand letter or are undergoing litigation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), it can be.

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Webinar: ADA and the Internet- Legal Update

Original Presentation Date: May 16, 2019 How—and when—do the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other accessibility laws apply to websites, mobile apps, and other.

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Why Are More Digital Accessibility Suits Being Filed as Class Actions (And What Does It Mean?)

One of the most surprising legal developments in 2018 on the digital accessibility front was the dramatic rise in the number of cases filed as.

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Report: State of Digital Accessibility 2019

Level Access and G3ict surveyed 550 professionals working in accessibility programs in organizations large and small and compiled the results into the first State of.

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