Banking Law Journal’s “Website Accessibility: The Legal Landscape”
For several years now, financial institutions, retailers, and other businesses have faced a rising tide of website accessibility lawsuits filed on behalf of sight- and hearing-impaired plaintiffs. The suits have alleged violations of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which requires “places of public accommodation” to provide “full and equal enjoyment” of their goods and services to people with disabilities.
Authored by Paul Trahan and Nathan Damweber, attorneys at Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP, and Microassist’s chief technology officer Hiram Kuykendall, Website Accessibility: The Legal Landscape, appears in the January 2019 issue of The Banking Law Journal, the leading banking law journal in the United States and a national subscription publication.
These legal and technical authors provide an in-depth look at key legal cases and website accessibility litigation decisions, the reasoning behind each decision among the different courts, an introduction to website accessibility standards, and a checklist for litigation-wary organizations who want to minimize their risk.
Download your complimentary, accessible PDF copy of this robust, 33-page analysis and commentary, Website Accessibility: The Legal Landscape from The Banking Law Journal, Norton Rose Fulbright, and Microassist, then contact us to share your perspective on the shifting legal landscape of website accessibility litigation.