Original Presentation Date: June 25, 2019 Web accessibility lawsuits reached an all-time high in 2018, with over 2,250 filed cases. Now, more than ever, it’s.
With digital accessibility lawsuits at record numbers—more than 2,250 cases were filed in federal court under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act in.
Last month, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted rule 30e-3, which will allow registered management companies and unit investment trusts to provide shareholder reports online..
In April, a federal judge dismissed a digital accessibility lawsuit against New Peoples Bank (NPB). The case, Carroll v. New Peoples Bank, was noteworthy for what it says.
In April, a federal judge in Virginia has found that a bank could not be sued for an inaccessible website under Title III of the.
Two recent lawsuits against financial services companies under the Americans with Disabilities Act show that legal risk doesn’t just come from so-called “surf-by lawsuits;” it.
In a string of recent decisions, judges in Virginia have dismissed at least four digital accessibility lawsuits against credit unions alleged to have violated Title.
On Friday January 26, a federal judge in Alexandria, Virginia, dismissed a lawsuit against the Northwest Federal Credit Union (Northwest FCU). The complaint alleged that.
Late last year, the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), an industry group representing banks with assets of $50 million or less, reached a settlement.
This article is the final in a four-part series about accessible technology for the financial industry. Read Part One – Making Online Banking and ATMs Accessible to.