Is your company’s website accessible to individuals with disabilities? If not, brace for potential class action litigation. There’s been a wave of lawsuits alleging popular websites violate the Americans with Disabilities Act, and more could be on the way.

Litigation over website accessibility isn’t new. The National Federation of the Blind brought an important test case against Target Corp. in 2008, which ended in a $6 million settlement.

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