- Access Now Inc. Vs. Southwest Airlines Co.
- Ramada.com and Priceline.com & Travel sites settle New York accessibility investigation
- Web accessibility litigation: it's not what we want
- Target sued over web accessibility & National Federation of the Blind v. Target : See below
- Martin Vs. MARTA (PDF)
I have decided to add some writings on this subject that are about the cases and not about the case itself:
- Court Rules Against Target in Web Site Accessibility Lawsuits - Oct. 2007 update of the case, judge agrees target can be sued under CA law and as a class action law suit.
- Taking Aim at Target(.com) by Derek Featherstone - This is a excellent look at the Target case. Once you have read it, I strongly suggest you read the comments as well. There are many, but there are some wonderful points being made and you can learn allot there to. Some of the top names in web design, Isofaro, Andy Budd, Joe Clark, PixelDiva just to name a few.
- Target sued: website not accessible to blind
- NFB vs. Target in perspective - Commentary by Matt May
- *Accessibility, Law and Target.com by Jim Thatcher, expert witness for the NFB
- *On Handicapped Access, Target Fights the Wrong Fight for the Wrong Reason By Evan Schuman for eweek.com.
- Disabled access law does not cover web sites, says federal court
- The ADA and its application to World Wide Web sites
- Web accessibility litigation: it's not what we want - Commentary by Matt May