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Jason Taylor

Jason Taylor

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New Types of ADA Accessibility Lawsuits to Watch in 2020

Over the past few months, hundreds of new types of ADA-based lawsuits were filed against retailers, restaurants and hotels in the name of inclusion. While these are not the ...

ADA Lawsuits

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How the ADA Applies to Restaurant and Hospitality Websites

On November 12, 2019, I was joined by Michelle Anderson, Partner at Fisher Phillips for a special UsableNet Webinar on how the ADA applies to Website and Apps of not just ...

Web Accessibility, ADA Website Compliance, Restaurants

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5 Steps to Creating an Accessibility Clause For Vendor Contracts

In 2018 and 2019, there has been a flood of ADA-based web and app accessibility lawsuits and Demand Letters. Now, with the US Supreme Court's denial of Domino's petition the rise ...

ADA Website Compliance

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What's Next After the Supreme Court's Denial of Domino's ADA Web Case

Big news broke on Monday for people with disabilities, disability rights advocates and any business with a Website or doing business online or via mobile apps. The US Supreme ...

ADA Website Compliance

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Digital Agencies - Get Ready for ADA Web Procurement Clauses

With more than 5,000 companies being sued under the American Disabilities Act (ADA) over the past two years for in-accessible websites or app, claims have reaching a rate of ...

ADA Website Compliance

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Supreme Court and ADA Web Accessibility Prediction: “We’ll Pass”

Lots of articles, accessibility experts, and corporate lawyers have recently discussed the possibility of the Supreme Court hearing the Robles v Domino’s case in which the Ninth ...

Web Accessibility

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Do Free Automated Accessibility Testing Tools Help or Hurt Compliance?

Free automated accessibility testing tools can be a handy resource as you test the accessibility and usability of your website. These tools are plentiful, convenient, and offer a ...

Accessibility Testing

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New ADA Ruling Gives Hope for New York companies

A new ruling out of the Southern District of New York may bring hope to companies in website remediation who fear additional litigation from would-be plaintiff while they bring ...

Web Accessibility, ada

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Apple ADA Case Shows Value of Screen Reader Testing

In a recent analysis of Web Accessibility lawsuits filed in New York in the last month, the UsableNet data and research team found new claims show more specific detail of the ...

Web Accessibility

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