ADA Title III is a Regulation that prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in the activities of places of “public accommodation” which for physical locations, are usually businesses that are generally open to the public and which fall into one of 12 categories listed by the ADA, to comply with the ADA Standards.

However, thanks to the rulings of not only local Circuit Courts, but also the legal precedent set by the Supreme Court on October 7th, 2019 in the case of Robles vs. Dominos, “places of public accommodation” are now interpreted to include the websites of any business … regardless of if it has a physical business location or not. - Website Compliance. Made Easy!

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