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Robles v. Domino’s Pizza, LLC

Pizza chain’s website and app are incompatible with screen reading software, so blind man can’t order online. A violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act? District court: No, the Act doesn’t mention the internet, and the feds have failed to provide formal guidance on how it applies—despite promising to do so. Ninth Circuit: Reversed. The feds have said that websites must comply; there’s no need for the gov’t to produce a blueprint detailing how to do it.


Tags: 2019, ADA, Due Process, Fourteenth Amendment, Ninth Circuit, Vagueness

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