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Monroe & Main Is Sued For Inaccessible Website Under ADA Now Tries To Settle, Trend

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, September 1 – Warren Zinnamon, a blind person, sued Monroe & Main, Inc. for having an inaccessible website, under the ADA. This is a trend.

   On August 31, 2022 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Ronnie Abrams, in the middle of a money laundering trial, held a proceeding in this ADA case. Inner City Press covered it.  

Both parties said they are working to settle it.

No mention was made of the Newsday case in EDNY, finding that the ADA does not apply to website. Judge Abrams set a next conference of January 6, 2023 at 11:30 am.

The case is Zinnamon v. Monroe & Main, Inc., 22-cv-3115 (Abrams) 


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