9th Circ. Has Made ADA Website Suits More Attractive

By Jean-Paul Cart (March 11, 2019, 2:32 PM EDT) -- Website accessibility litigation under the Americans with Disabilities Act is not a new phenomenon. Visually impaired serial ADA litigants have targeted businesses for years with claims that their websites are inaccessible in violation of Title III of the ADA.

But the last several months have seen a dramatic increase in the frequency of ADA website accessibility lawsuits and prelitigation demands, and a recent ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Robles v. Domino's Pizza LLC,[1] will likely make this type of claim even more attractive to serial litigants and their counsel.

In Weyer v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.,[2]...

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