COVID-19 has put consumers off going to restaurants and retailers, which could mean more lawsuits under the Americans With Disabilities Act over the accessibility of mobile apps and websites.

Title III of the law governs accessibility of public spaces and prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability. And while no one disagrees that people with disabilities must have the same access to goods and services as anyone else, defense attorneys are pushing for legislation to clarify outdated law and a sparse scattering of precedent.

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