Tag:ADA

DOJ Settles with Kroger on Accessibility Violations for COVID-19 Vaccine Website

The DOJ announced a settlement agreement with Kroger that’ll help people with disabilities get information about COVID-19 vaccines and book appointments online.

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Adopts New Plan to Effectively Communicate with Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Individuals

After an investigation from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office adopted new policies to address ADA compliance.

Attorneys Discuss How to Do ‘Wellness’ Right

As the pandemic brings employee health into sharper focus, employers are experimenting with new initiatives to help workers adjust to the mental and physical...

10th Circuit Says Title VII Allows “Sex-Plus-Age” Claims

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on July 21 ruled that Title VII prohibits “sex-plus-age” discrimination, making it the first circuit court to address...

10th Circuit: ADA Claims Don’t Require Medical Experts

Employees who sue for disability discrimination but don’t provide expert testimony might be more likely to see their claim survive a summary judgment motion,...

Uncertainty Persists in Web Accessibility and ADA

Companies’ hopes the U.S. Supreme Court would soon shed some light on website accessibility, and perhaps help curb lawsuits in that area, were recently...

EEOC Sues Colorado Employers for Epilepsy Discrimination

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed two lawsuits against Colorado employers alleging they unlawfully fired employees after learning of their disabilities.  The lawsuits, filed Sept....

Will the Supreme Court Tackle Web Accessibility?

Domino’s Pizza is looking to take a website accessibility case to the U.S. Supreme Court. If it’s successful, companies could eventually get a clearer...