By Kevin Fritz

Members of the European Parliament voted last week to strengthen a proposed European Directive on Accessibility of Public Sector Bodies’ Websites.  The beefed up version of the directive would require all UK public sector websites to be accessible to users with disabilities; not just those sites proposed by the European Commission, such as social security benefits and
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By:  Minh Vu

Nearly three years ago, in September 2010, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that it would be issuing proposed regulations governing the accessibility of websites of public accommodations and state and local governments.  The announcement came in the form of an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking which sought comments from the public about what should be in
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Minh Vu, Seyfarth Shaw’s ADA Title III Team Leader and a Department of Justice veteran, provided insights for Law360’s Expert Analysis column today on how a Romney victory tomorrow might impact important pending disability access regulations that would cover the websites, equipment, and furniture of public accommodations.  Click here to see this article.
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