Category Archives: Website Accessibility

ADA News – Duckworth & Sarbanes Proposal Web Accessibility

Website Accessibility Legislation A new bill has been introduced regarding website accessibility.  In this article by William Goren from Understanding The ADA he reviews what the bill says and comments as appropriate. Comments: Findings: a physical location is no longer required. Therefore, this legislation adopts the approach of the cases saying that title III websites must be accessible… Read More »

Web Accessibility and the ADA Guidance

Website Accessibility Guidance March 2022 From March 18, 2022 This guidance describes how state and local governments and businesses open to the public can make sure that their websites are accessible to people with disabilities as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Learn more about businesses’ and state and local governments’ ADA responsibilities. Why Website… Read More »

Web Accessibility Tax Credit For Small Business

Getting paid to get usable From Benefits Pro August 2021 Plaintiff’s attorneys have increasingly sued companies alleging their websites fail to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), California Unruh Civil Rights Act, and similar state laws that prohibit discrimination against disabled individuals. The justification of these lawsuits is that companies with websites that do not allow… Read More »