Filing Complaints Under Title III

Introduction In this episode, Desiree and I discuss filing complaints under Title III of the ADA (Title III). Specifically, we walk through filing a complaint with the Department of Justice against Chase bank because of the inaccessibility of its online mortgage services. This is the text of what Desiree and I filed with the Department…… Continue reading Filing Complaints Under Title III

Basics Under Title III Continued

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Basics Under Title III

Disclaimer The information presented in any of the Demand Our Access podcast episodes, on the Demand Our Access website, or otherwise shared in conjunction with or through association with the Demand Our Access project is expressly not individual legal advice. Applying the law depends on the circumstances and events that comprise every situation. Since legal…… Continue reading Basics Under Title III

Comment on Title II Web Accessibility Rule Addressing Equity

Here is another comment I posted on the Department of Justice’s proposed rule on Web Accessibility under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This comment addresses the need for the Department of Justice to consider disability equity, not just eventual equality of opportunity. This rule, and all future rules and guidance documents authored…… Continue reading Comment on Title II Web Accessibility Rule Addressing Equity

Commenting on the Proposed Title II Web Accessibility Rule

Episode Information This episode is a demonstration of me commenting on the Department of Justice’s proposed rule on web accessibility under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you’re interested in commenting, please visit this page on Regulations.gov. Note, comments must be submitted by midnight EDT on October third. If you comment, I…… Continue reading Commenting on the Proposed Title II Web Accessibility Rule

Introducing Section 508

Note on This Recording Thanks to technical difficulties, this episode was recorded from the live version of the podcast played on ACB Community. So, it could not be edited to the usual standards of the episodes presented here. Still, the information is accurate and useful. ! Section 508 Here are a few things in Section…… Continue reading Introducing Section 508

Proposed Title II Web Accessibility Rule

Proposed Rule Introduction to the Rule On July 25, 2023, the Department of Justice (DOJ) released a proposed rule that if adopted would clarify what state and local governments must do to have their web content be considered compliant with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (Title II). You can read the entire…… Continue reading Proposed Title II Web Accessibility Rule

Introducing The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Introduction Before giving a brief history of WCAG and describing its technical components at a very high, hopefully easy to follow level, I’m going to discuss what I believe is the most important thing people need to know about the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines–the reality that their development is inequitable and largely excludes people with…… Continue reading Introducing The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

effective communication Under Titles II and III of the ADA

Disclaimer The information presented in any of the Demand Our Access podcast episodes, on the Demand Our Access website, or otherwise shared in conjunction with or through association with the Demand Our Access project is expressly not individual legal advice. Applying the law depends on the circumstances and events that comprise every situation. Since legal…… Continue reading effective communication Under Titles II and III of the ADA