Domino’s Pizza Takes on The ADA

Domino’s Pizza Takes on The ADA

Recently a decision from the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) against Domino's Pizza LLC dealt a major blow to companies that refuse to follow the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements for websites. ADA website compliance has been a growing issue for the past few years. Title III of the ADA lays out specific guidelines for websites in the public space to follow and ensure that they are accessible for all potential customers. We have written extensively in our blog before about ADA compliance, you can read those posts here in the archive. This case was the first time that SCOTUS weighed in on an ADA lawsuit. A man named Guillermo Robles had sued Domino's Pizza because he was not able to complete an order online with his screen reader software for visual impairment. Eventually his lawsuit was heard by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals who ruled that Domino's did have to fix their website...
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