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Robles v. Domino’s Settles After Six Years of Litigation

USA - June 10 2022 After six hard-fought years in litigation at every level of the federal judicial system — including the Supreme Court — the parties in what may be the…

Second Circuit Blasts Mass-Produced, “Mad-Libs-Style” ADA Title III Complaints and Affirms Dismissal of Four Braille Gift Card Lawsuits

USA - June 3 2022 Second Circuit issues scathing decision directed at “mad lib”-style serial ADA Title III complaints, and affirms-on the basis of standing-the…

John W. Egan

Website Accessibility Plaintiff Loses After Federal Trial On Standing and Other Grounds

USA - May 11 2022 A California federal court decided after a trial that a blind plaintiff did not have standing to bring a lawsuit about an…

Kristina M. Launey

Bringing Website Accessibility Lawsuits in New York Just Got a Little Harder for Repeat Plaintiffs

USA - March 31 2022 New York federal courts have been inundated with website accessibility lawsuits in recent years and continued to lead the country with 2,074 cases…

John W. Egan, Kristina M. Launey

Federal Website Accessibility Lawsuits Increased in 2021 Despite Mid-Year Pandemic Lull

USA - March 21 2022 ADA Title III website accessibility lawsuits filed in federal courts in 2021 jumped 14% over 2020, besting the 12% 2020 increase…

Kristina M. Launey