Web Site Accessibility Law

There is confusion about the rising number of ADA lawsuits. Every country has its own guidelines or legal requirements for website accessibility. The increase in civil complaints is due to the fact that more people are able to use the internet thanks to the explosion of assistive technology. For that reason, you will see an emphasis on universal design practices.

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Website Accessibility & the Law: Why Your Website Must Be Compliant

Ninth Circuit Allow the Robles v. Domino’s Website and Mobile App Accessibility Lawsuit to Move Forward

Court of Appeals Says Blind Plaintiff is Not Bound By a Written Agreement to Arbitrate That He Could Not Read

Ohio Governor Signs Bill Requiring Plaintiffs to Provide Pre-Suit Notice for Physical Access Violations

Federal Appellate Courts Ring In the New Year by Taking Up Website and Mobile Application Accessibility

Website Accessibility ADA Court Cases

Some are settled, others ongoing and some thrown out of court. Search each one to see its history and update.

50 US Colleges Sued

Planet Fitness, Gomez v. Planet Fitness

Famous Footwear, Young v. Caleres, Inc. et al

Anderson v. Festival Fun Parks, LLC

Shake Shack, Matzura v. Shake Shack Inc

Target

Ashley Furniture

Cricket Wireless

Alexander McQueen

Faberge

Nike and Converse

David’s Bridal

Dinosaur Barbeque

Ann Taylor

Timex

Lord and Taylor

Oscar De La Renta

Pandora

Hershey’s

HomeGoods

Lucky Brand

JP Licks

Burger King

Sur La Tabl

London Jewelers

Wall Street Journal

Amazon

Rachel Ray Digital

Juilliard

Rolex;

CNN

Food Network