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Courts Continue to Weigh in on the Issue of Website Accessibility

November 28, 2017

Authors

Merrit Jones and Jennifer Dempsey

Courts Continue to Weigh in on the Issue of Website Accessibility

November 28, 2017

by: Merrit Jones and Jennifer Dempsey

Courts across the country continue to weigh in on the issue of website accessibility. Earlier this month, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire denied a Motion to Dismiss filed by online food delivery servicer Blue Apron. In denying the motion, the court found that Blue Apron’s website is a place of public accommodation – despite the fact that Blue Apron operates only online and has no traditional brick and mortar locations. Access Now, Inc. v. Blue Apron, LLC, Case

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Bank Website ADA Litigation

July 6, 2017

Authors

Robert Klingler, Merrit Jones and Jennifer Dempsey

Bank Website ADA Litigation

July 6, 2017

by: Robert Klingler, Merrit Jones and Jennifer Dempsey

Although the frequency of bank clients receiving demand letters related to violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”)  based on website (in)accessibility seems to be declining, Bryan Cave lawyers around the country continue to be actively involved in defending such claims in other industries.  In addition to working with the Georgia Bankers Association and the California Bankers Association, Bryan Cave has published updates through a number of blogs that may be of value to our banking clients.

In April, Start

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