Another Great Webinar
A few months back, the folks at 3PlayMedia asked me if I would be interested in a presentation that summarizes some of the current confusion in web accessibility litigation-- particularly in California. If you have followed this blog for awhile, you'll know that I think the nexus standard is a disaster because the courts can't apply it consistently. And the nexus requirement features prominently in every ADA web accessibility case from the Golden State. But these inconsistencies only creates confusion and uncertainty-- things that businesses really don't need right now.
I also used the opportunity to talk about a new case in Florida post-Winn-Dixie, a new case in New York that underlines the divide between the Eastern District and Southern District of New York, a recent California state court case applying the Unruh Act to purely online companies, and the Department of Justice's new web accessibility regulation.
Nothing in this post should be interpreted as legal advice or as forming an attorney-client relationship. It is offered for educational purposes only. You should always contact a qualified attorney in your area to discuss your legal rights and responsibilities.
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