Skip to Main Content

Prop Blog

The Next Angle of ADA Lawsuits Targets Hospitality

Info your website must include to avoid lawsuits.

The Next Angle of ADA Lawsuits Targets Hospitality

Separate But Not Equal : Why separate alternate “accessible websites” are bad.

Why this approach increases legal risk, reduces accessibility, and should be avoided.

Separate But Not Equal : Why separate alternate “accessible websites” are bad.

Should My Website Be ADA compliant?

A question that many website owners are asking as web-related ADA lawsuits surge.

Should My Website Be ADA compliant?

NY Times & Wall Street Journal with Back to Back Stories on Web Related ADA Lawsuit Surge

Within a day of each other, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal report on the surge in web-related ADA lawsuits.

NY Times & Wall Street Journal with Back to Back Stories on Web Related ADA Lawsuit Surge

Web-Related ADA Legal Update

Two website-related ADA cases already in 2019 set the tone.

Web-Related ADA Legal Update

2018 Web Accessibility ADA Cases up 181%

Website-related Federal cases continue to grow exponentially. What states and industries affected the most?

2018 Web Accessibility ADA Cases up 181%

DOJ Response May Increase Litigation over Web Accessibility

Dave’s take on the response from the Dept of Justice to The House’s request for rule making that would end these drive-by lawsuits from tolling law firms.

DOJ Response May Increase Litigation over Web Accessibility

2018 Website ADA Cases Surpass 2017 In First 6 Months

2018 is already shaping up to more than double the number of website ADA lawsuit cases over 2017.

2018 Website ADA Cases Surpass 2017 In First 6 Months

Welcome to WCAG 2.1

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has updated the Web Content Accessibility Guideline and added 17 new criteria to what was established in WCAG 2.0.  Version 2.1 addresses new technologies (mobile in particular) and other digital barriers that have become better understood since version 2.0 was published in 2008.

Welcome to WCAG 2.1