What Are The Courts Saying?
While very few cases have been litigated to judgment, several themes relating to website and mobile app accessibility are emerging.
In the case of Hooters, the defendant was actively implementing the agreed-to settlement from the first lawsuit, when the second lawsuit was filed. The court said the prior settlement didn’t matter, and allowed the second case to proceed.
Your Needing To Feel Pain Is Completely UN-Necessary! We’ve researched & provided a synopsis of the past & still currently happening in the government & private lawsuits, hopefully you can feel their pain, so you don’t want to walk in their shoes… Target.com A major ruling against Target, Target was ordered to pay class […]
DOJ Outlines Web Accessibility Guidance for ADA Law The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) released a statement on March 18, 2022, that stipulated the web accessibility guidelines under Title II and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke said: “We have heard the calls from the public on […]
Voracious Lawyers Are Wildly Abusing Federal Disability Law To Run People Out Of Business The American Disabilities Act created a new regulatory weapon to be used against any small business with a web presence. Imagine a town with a Wal-Mart and a small family shop. Both are ground level and perfectly wheelchair accessible, but […]