15 January 2016
Can Your Company's Website Lead To A Lawsuit?
re: business, public accommodation, Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), services, physical locations, accessible, disabilities, Places of public accommodation, website, not all business websites need to comply with Title III rules, website must have a nexus to a physical brick-and-mortar site, public accommodation, retail store’s website, nexus, physical site, accessible website, website designers, WCAG 2.0 standards,
source: Can Your Company's Website Lead To A Lawsuit? | Fisher & Phillips LLP - JDSupra
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