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Two New Developments in Website Accessibility Cases: Nation’s First Website Accessibility Trial Verdict Is Far From a Winn for Retailers, and Hobby Lobby Is Dealt a Blow in California Decision

As numerous retailers know firsthand, website accessibility has become a hotbed for litigation in recent years. Despite plaintiffs filing scores of website accessibility claims against retailers each year, very few of these cases make it past pleadings, and there has been little to no guidance from the courts. This changed on June 13, 2017, in … Continue Reading

Wearable Tech: Where Data Privacy Collides with Employment Law

As wearable devices like FitBit, Garmin, and Jawbone and a culture of wellness in the workplace proliferate, employers who adopt such technology should be mindful of federal and state privacy laws, as well as the myriad of employment laws that are implicated by the use of these devices. The aggressive stance taken by federal employment … Continue Reading

Online Retailers Increasingly at Risk of Website Accessibility Lawsuits

Given the lack of formal guidance on website accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), “www” might as well stand for the “Wild, Wild, West.” Twenty-five years after ADA first passed, there are still unclear guidelines in place for how companies should make their websites accessible to disabled visitors. Plaintiffs have taken advantage of … Continue Reading
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