ADA website reform legislation needed


Many hundreds of ADA website lawsuits have been reported, in which attorneys allege that a business website is not compatible with screen reading software required by some people with visual limitations to navigate the Internet — and they contend this violates the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Only a few minor technical issues are needed to provide a plausible claim.

Websites that violate disability laws squeezed for financial settlements


By one estimate, the 34-year-old Miami man has filed more than 600 disability compliance lawsuits in Florida and California since 2015, sometimes famously. Gomez sued the Kardashians’ clothing stores, Dash, in 2016 and has gone after other big name fashion retailers, alleging their websites are incompatible with the screen reading software he uses to navigate the web, according to published reports.