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Public Accommodations are Starting to Win Website Accessibility Lawsuits
By Minh N. Vu & Julia N. Sarnoff on March 24, 2017
Posted in Lawsuits, Investigations & Settlements, Title III Access
Seyfarth Synopsis: Two recent decisions by federal judges to dismiss website accessibility lawsuits may cause more public accommodations to fight instead of settle these suits, but businesses must continue to weigh many factors before making that decision.
The litigation tide might be turning for public accommodations choosing to fight lawsuits brought by blind individuals claiming that the businesses’ websites violate Title III of the [...]