Statistics show a rapid growth this year in web accessibility lawsuits
One of the first best practices in web accessibility is to publish a web accessibility statement or policy to your website. Doing so serves to provide people with disabilities with paths to communicate needs or feedback, and inform them of your company's intent and goals. This also serves as a flag to trolling plaintiff firms, that you're on this and to move along.
As businesses, organizations and institutions grapple with the impacts of Title iii of the ADA, which focuses on access to "places of public accommodation", have we overlooked Title i, which covers employment discrimination? After all, many businesses only post job openings and take applications via their websites.
Is this the first you've heard of this? Don't worry. You're not alone.