With the United States Supreme Court’s decision not to hear the appeal in the matter of Robles v. Domino’s Pizza, the landscape with respect to website accessibility lawsuits under the Americans with Disabilities Act remains both somewhat murky and probably daunting to those who defend such claims.  This decision will, in all likelihood, have both

Florida has long been considered a hotbed of lawsuits filed under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.   Certainly, that practice has continued with the most recent trend of ADA cases, namely lawsuits alleging that websites are not accessible to the legally blind or visually impaired.

For those defending website accessibility cases under the

Since the Americans with Disabilities Act–often referred to as the ADA—was passed by Congress in 1990, lawsuits under the Act have been quite common.  These lawsuits, until recently, have focused on physical or architectural barriers to places of public accommodation such as restaurants, retail stores and strip malls.  The emphasis has been on items