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 case and the decision remains in the hands of the lower courts.
This is a win for digital accessibility! The pizza shop’s website is a place of public accommodation and as such, it should be accessible to people with disabilities in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Watch our blog for more updates as the news unfolds and we ask our legal experts for their thoughts.
Our previous reporting about the Domino’s case:
- Will the Supreme Court Hear Domino’s Case? If so, What Might Happen?
- Will the Surpreme Court Define Web Accessibility in the Domino’s Case? Our Crystal Ball Says No.
- Whitepaper: Digital Accessibility Crystal Ball (our interviews with ADA experts & attorneys)
- Ninth Circuit Reverses Robles v. Dominos, Holds ADA Title III Suits Don’t Violate Due Process Rights