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    7 Predictions for Accessibility in 2020 and Beyond

    2019 has been another big year of ADA-based Website legal action. While release of UsableNet's Annual ADA Website and App Accessibility Lawsuit report is still around the corner. ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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    What to Do if you Receive an ADA Website Accessibility Demand Letter

    Website Accessibility lawsuits in 2019 are on track to exceed 2018's record numbers. But demand letters are still the number one legal action used by plaintiff law firms who want ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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    Accessibility Discussions to Have Before Developing a Killer Mobile App

    Your mobile app is a handheld extension of your company’s values. Customers of all abilities take it wherever they go and expect it to provide quality service, day and night. As ...
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    The Importance of Building Your Mobile App to WCAG 2.0 Standards

    From watches to TVs to your car dashboard, mobile technology now goes well beyond phones and tablets. Your audience expects a product or service that connects fluidly across ...
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    Using a Screen Reader on the new Twitter.com

    Editor's Note: This post originally appeared on Knowbility.org. Thank you to author Anthony Vasquez and Knowbility for allowing UsableNet to share it here and thanks to Becky ...
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