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Supreme Court declines to hear case against Domino’s Pizza

October 11, 2019

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The US Supreme Court has denied a petition by Domino’s pizza to rule on a lower court’s decision that it is liable for the inaccessibility of its website. In doing so, the Supreme Court upheld the Ninth Circuit court’s decision that the lawsuit does not violate Domino’s right to due process.

The original suit was filed by Plaintiff Guillermo Robles—a blind man who claimed that he was not able to order pizza using Domino’s website or mobile app.

This landmark case allows the original suit to move forward, and could pave the way for similar accessibility lawsuits under ADA Title III.

 
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