Lawyer: Ruling on Web site Lodging is About Separation of Powers—Not ADA

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Lawyer: Ruling on Website Accommodation is About Separation of Powers—Not ADA

(lr) Carol Lumpkin and Shawn Hogue, partners and consultants at K&L Gates in Miami not involved in the litigation, Susan V. Warner, partner at FisherBroyles in Miami who represented Winn-Dixie, and David Ferleger, partner at David Ferleger law firm in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania. Courtesy photos

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled that websites are not public accommodations for the purposes of the American with Disabilities Act.

But Carol Lumpkin and Shawn Hogue, partners and attorney at K&L Gates in Miami, said attorneys were trying to understand that decision and the case really is about the right role of the court.

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