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CA court shuts down website accessibility claims for online-only businesses


The California Court of Appeal has issued a precedent-setting decision holding that the ADA does not apply to online-only businesses. The decision brings some much needed clarity for online-only businesses in California, although the federal courts are still split on whether websites that have no “nexus” to a physical location can be considered places of public accommodation under the ADA. Check out our detailed analysis here.   


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