With the rise in lawsuits under Title III of the ADA regarding accessibility of websites, Courts have been framing how such claims fit into the law’s requirements for accessibility at places of public accommodation.  The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida recently provided additional clarification in Gomez v. Knife Management, LLC (S.D.

Jackson Lewis Partners Joseph Lynett and John Snyder have written an article entitled “Website Accessibility and the Americans with Disabilities Act,” published in American Bar Association. To view the article, click here.

“It depends,” according to the U.S. Department of  Justice. “Some individuals with food allergies have a disability as defined by the ADA–particularly those with more significant or severe responses to certain foods. This would include individuals with celiac disease and others who have autoimmune response to certain foods, the symptoms of which may include difficulty