Part III: Our crystal ball is getting even clearer. As we wrote about back in July, of the thousands of digital accessibility cases winding their.
According to a press release earlier this month, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the city of Los Angeles reached an agreement.
With digital accessibility lawsuits almost tripling in 2018, organizations are more aware than ever that their digital assets need to be accessible to users with.
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.
recent website accessibility decision out of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reaffirmed the application of the Americans with Disabilities Act to websites, while dismissing.
While the decline in case filings in September may lead some to think the current wave of web accessibility litigation might be petering out, an.
A recent decision out of the Southern District of Florida highlights the importance of hiring an experienced accessibility expert in web accessibility cases under Title.
In late November, the Department of Education (DOE) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released a revised Case Processing Manual that reversed controversial rules changes made.
More than 470 digital accessibility lawsuits were filed between July and September 2018, equaling 58% of total suits filed in 2017. These strong Q3 numbers.