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

USA - December 7 2018 The Court of Appeals for the First Circuit says that an agreement to arbitrate presented visually to blind plaintiffs on a POS device and never read...

Kevin A. Fritz.

DOJ Says Failure to Comply With Web Accessibility Guidelines is Not Necessarily a Violation of the ADA

USA - October 2 2018 DOJ’s response to members of Congress about the explosion in website accessibility lawsuits contains some helpful guidance for...

Defendants Fighting Website Accessibility Cases Face An Uphill Battle In 2018

USA - September 19 2018 Plaintiffs secure a second judgment in a federal website accessibility lawsuit while most of the others successfully fended off...

Julia N. Sarnoff.

Service Animals Vs. Emotional Support Animals: Ferreting Out The Truth

USA - August 6 2018 Is it a service animal or an emotional support animal? Do I have to allow both? How to tell one from the other, and the rules that apply....

Website Access and Other ADA Title III Lawsuits Hit Record Numbers

USA - July 17 2018 If ADA Title III federal lawsuit numbers continue to be filed at the current pace, 2018’s total will exceed 2017 by 30, fueled largely by website...

Susan Ryan, Kristina M. Launey, Kevin A. Fritz.