Resources: Gil v. Winn-Dixie, 11th Circuit Decision on Web Access and the ADA


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Featured Organizations in This Episode

Gil v. Winn Dixie Court Opinion and Legal Background

Gil v. Winn Dixie News and Legal Analysis

Gil v. Winn Dixie 2021 Decision

Gil v. Winn Dixie 2017 Decision

Web Accessibility Law and Policy

Publications by Peter Blanck

Recent Case Law and Policy

State Agencies/Title II Resources for Digital Access

Public Accommodations/Title III Resources for Digital Access


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