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