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DOJ Reaffirms Position that ADA Applies to Websites

In a letter to members of Congress last week, the Department of Justice (DOJ) clarified that it believes that Title III of the Americans with Disabilities.

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Web Accessibility Litigation Targets Retail and Consumer Services, Government Agencies in July 2018

If you are concerned about your organization’s risk of an ADA lawsuit, contact us for a complimentary Risk Assessment of your website. If you have already.

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Time to Make the Website Accessible: Court of Appeals Allows ADA Lawsuit Against Dunkin’ Donuts to Proceed

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta recently overturned a lower court’s dismissal of a website accessibility lawsuit against Dunkin’ Donuts, allowing the case.

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State Attorneys General Ask DOJ to Act Now on Website Accessibility Rules

Adding to a rising number of calls for clarity on digital accessibility rules, the Attorneys General of 18 states and the District of Columbia have.

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Over 150 Digital Accessibility Lawsuits Filed in June 2018

At least 154 digital accessibility lawsuits alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) were filed in federal court in June 2018. The retail,.

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SEC Rule Allows Management Companies to Post Reports Online—But Is Your Site Accessible?

Last month, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted rule 30e-3, which will allow registered management companies and unit investment trusts to provide shareholder reports online..

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Superdome Not Super Accessible: Accessibility News Roundup, July 9, 2018

Welcome back to our Accessibility News Roundup, where we bring together the best recent stories from the web about accessibility. First up, NPR’s Marketplace dedicated an entire.

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Can You Be Sued Over Digital Accessibility if You Already Have a Settlement? (Spoiler Alert: Yes.)

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta has overturned the dismissal of a website accessibility lawsuit against Hooters, allowing the case to proceed. The.

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Representatives Urge DOJ to Curb Web Accessibility Lawsuits

A group of 103 members of the House of Representatives have asked the Department of Justice (DOJ) to act to curb website accessibility lawsuits under.

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Could I Get A Ride? Accessibility News Roundup, June 13, 2018

Hey everyone! Welcome to the latest edition of the Level Access Accessibility News Update, where we tell you what’s been going on in the realm.

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