New York is the number one state in the country for digital accessibility litigation, surpassing every other state by a landslide. A total of 1564 lawsuits were filed in New York in 2018 alone, more than four per day. New York is part of the second district circuit court system, which has ruled, through these cases, that all websites are considered places of public accommodation, and some of the most significant, precedence-setting lawsuits have been filed and adjudicated in this… Continue Reading Accessibility in the Empire State
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