The ‘ADA Education and Reform Act’ and its Impact on Americans with Disabilities

by: David Titmus

A number of disability rights and advocacy groups, including the Hearing Loss Association of America, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund, are voicing their concern over a bill they say would weaken the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA Education and Reform … Read More

DOJ Withdraws ADA Rulemaking Process

by: David Titmus

The Department of Justice late last month announced that it has withdrawn its pending rulemaking and technical guidance for accessible websites under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) – a decision that is likely to cause continued uncertainty for businesses, retailers, and owners and operators of public … Read More

Business Associations Seeking Clarity on Website Accessibility Ruling

by: David Titmus

A dozen business associations recently filed a brief before the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals asking the court to reconsider a lower court ruling that a business’s website did not meet accessibility standards under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Though the group says that it supports the goals of … Read More

Miami University Settles Disability Discrimination Suit

by: VITAC

Miami University in Oxford, OH Agrees to Overhaul and Improve Accessibility of Learning and Web Technologies for Students with Disabilities You may remember our post from earlier this year when the Office of Civil Rights reached agreements with 11 educational institutions in seven states and one territory regarding accessibility for … Read More