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Eleventh Circuit Limits Reach of ADA Accessibility Requirements Online

USA - April 30 2021 In a recent decision, the Eleventh Circuit held that Winn-Dixie did not violate the Americans with Disabilities Act by operating a website…

Daren S. Garcia, Mark A. Knueve, George L. Stevens

California Holds Amazon Can Be Liable To Consumers Injured By 3P Sellers

USA - April 29 2021 As Amazon continues to grow, more questions have been raised about whether it can be liable for the acts of its 3P sellers, such as selling defective…

Daren S. Garcia

Brands - Noncompliant DTC Websites Are a Hot Spot for ADA Lawsuits

USA - February 17 2021 Given the growth trends in eCommerce, it is not surprising that plaintiffs’ lawyers have changed their litigation targets from brick and mortar…

Daren S. Garcia, George L. Stevens

Ohio judge rules preemption may still be valid defense, even after U.S. Supreme Court’s Levine decision

USA - March 27 2009 In a recent United States Supreme Court case, Wyeth v. Levine, No. 06-1249, 2009 WL 529172 (March 4, 2009), the Court held that federal law does not preempt certain state law “failure to warn” lawsuits against drug manufacturers.

William G. Porter, II