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ADA statutes (Americans with Disabilities Act), Title III of the law prohibits discrimination “on the basis of disability in the activities of places of public accommodations”. Websites have been determined to be a place of public accommodation and consequently there is no exemption for employers with fewer then 15 people.
An unscrupulous law firm is in this for a quick buck and will be looking for low hanging fruit – easy to spot errors and companies that will pay up without a fight.
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