How does the recent SCOTUS decision impact the accessibility legal landscape?

Preety Kumar, CEO, Deque Systems is joined by one of the nation’s leading disability rights attorneys, Eve Hill, of Brown, Goldstein & Levy, to discuss the new legal state of accessibility.

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) recently refused to hear the appeal of a major US restaurant. Listen in as Preety and Eve discuss:

  • A brief history of accessibility and compliance
  • A breakdown of the recent SCOTUS decision
  • What to legal compliance activity to expect in the near future
  • Advice on next steps


Jump to specific parts of this video using our chapters list:

  • 00:00 Introductions
  • 03:25 Legal Background of the Domino's ADA Accessibility Case
  • 08:08 Native Mobile Accessibility and Legal Compliance
  • 11:05 Domino's Ruling vs 2008 Target Accessibility Ruling
  • 15:45 What Does this Ruling Mean for the Future of Accessibility Case Law?
  • 18:30 Privacy Law and Accessibility
  • 20:08 Do We Need Another Ruling on ADA Title III Public Accommodation and Digital Accessibility?
  • 23:02 Are the goalposts moving with the accessibility technical standards?
  • 28:14 Do we need legislation on accessibility from the Department of Justice?
  • 34:33 What should the National Retail Foundation be advising its members?
  • 40:19 What is an undue burden for companies?
  • 42:52 Key Takeaways and Words of Advice
  • 49:10 Q&A