The Wall Street Journal ran a major story on November 1, 2016, describing the growing trend of lawsuits brought by a handful of plaintiff law firms representing blind individuals against hundreds of website operators including well-known names such as Foot Locker, Toys ‘R’ Us, Brooks Brothers and the NBA.
What's Behind E*TRADE Accessibility Initiative and Press Release? Disability Lawyers Target Financial Industry for ADA Claims
E*TRADE's recent press release reads as though E*TRADE simply discovered its inner, more-inclusive, corporate self.
On August 17, 2016, The Conversations About The Future Of Advertising speaker-series returns with Periscope’s newly minted Chief Creative Officer Peter Nicholson.
Four Class Actions in 14 Days: Quick Serve, Fast Casual, Restaurant Industry Targeted for Alleged Inaccessible Websites
A California state court recently held that the Americans with Disabilities Act applies to websites.
Three blind law school graduates just filed a federal class action lawsuit in Texas.
On March 23, 2016, the state’s high court clarified that domain names are property subject to garnishment under Minnesota law.
In a precedential decision, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board affirmed the examining attorney’s refusal to register SMART SERIES because the mark was merely descriptive.
Oklahoma-based pizzeria Mazzio’s Italian Eatery filed a preemptive “declaratory” lawsuit in federal district court against the Carlson Lynch law firm on February 2, 2016.