We have received many inquiries regarding the announcement that the Department of Justice (DoJ) has postponed plans for website accessibility rulemaking. While we’re not attorneys… Continue Reading: DOJ Postponing Website Accessibility Rulemaking; what does it mean?
The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) continues to demonstrate that it is taking website accessibility seriously. More and more industries have become the target of… Continue Reading: Banking: An Easy Website Accessibility Target
There are a total of 3,141 Counties in the United States and its territories according to the United States Geological Survey. This includes county equivalents,… Continue Reading: Project Civil Access
From JD Supra Perspectives - Any business operating a website for use by customers or other members of the public should take heed of a recent… Continue Reading: Why a Recent Ruling on Disability Access Serves as a Warning to All Businesses Operating Public Websites
From Forbes - “This ruling will have implications far and wide.” What You Need to Know In the past year, an increasing number of companies have… Continue Reading: Judges Reluctant to Dismiss ADA Lawsuits Over Webistes Despite Lack of DOJ Regulations