Jamie devotes a significant amount of her practice to representing businesses in litigation under Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This includes representing businesses in numerous jurisdictions in threatened and actual litigation involving the accessibility of public accommodations at physical locations, as well as websites and mobile applications. She successfully opposed class certification in federal court on behalf of a large multi-state client in a proposed state-wide class action involving more than 40 physical locations throughout Ohio.
Jamie has spoken on this topic to industry-related groups:
- "Website Accessibility and Its Impact on Credit Unions"
- "ADA Website Compliance 101"
- "Disability, religious practices and other accommodation issues"
- Retailer Roundtable
Example articles authored on this topic include:
- ADA public accommodations law reform on its way?
- Florida federal judge holds that supermarket chain’s website must be accessible to disabled
- Website accessibility regulations delayed until 2018 but businesses should not table the issue until then
- Adding more confusion to the world of website accessibility, WCAG 2.1 has been published