Seyfarth Synopsis: DOJ’s response to members of Congress about the explosion in website accessibility lawsuits contains some helpful guidance for public accommodations fighting these claims.

As we reported in June, 103 members of the House of Representatives from both parties asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to “state publicly that private legal action under the ADA

Seyfarth Synopsis: Florida’s recently-enacted House Bill 727 gives businesses a way to deter serial plaintiffs from suing them in Florida courts.

Watching businesses deal with the at least 1,663 ADA Title III access suits filed in federal court in Florida in 2016 motivated Florida legislators to take action with House Bill 727 (“HB 727”) which

Seyfarth Synopsis:  The number of federal ADA Title III lawsuits continue to surge, fueled by new plaintiffs, new plaintiffs’ lawyers, and website accessibility claims.

Our 2016 lawsuit count is complete, and the results no less remarkable than prior years.  In 2016, 6,601 ADA Title III lawsuits were filed in federal court — 1,812 more than

Webinar_Flat_Icon_Set_REZERVAPlease join Seyfarth Shaw’s ADA Title III team members Minh Vu and Kristina Launey, along with SSB Bart CEO Tim Springer, for a preview of the Defending Digital Accessibility Lawsuits presentation they’ll give at this year’s California State University Northridge Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference.  This 45-minute webinar will provide

On January 22, Seyfarth Shaw’s class action experts are presenting a webinar to discuss highlights from Seyfarth’s 11th Annual Workplace Class Action Litigation Report.  While the Report primarily covers class actions in the employment context, many of the rules, strategies, and tactics are equally applicable and employed in ADA Title III class litigation, as