Spring 2015 Presentations about Digital Access Law, Structured Negotiations

Interest in digital accessibility law is growing. During May 2015, the month in which we celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Lainey Feingold will be speaking four times about legal developments impacting digital accessibility. In this post read more about her in-person presentations at Austin’s AccessU and at the Global Accessibility Awareness Day MeetUp in San Francisco, and about her virtual presentations as part of the AccessU Summit and the ADA National Network’s Accessible Technology webinar series. Lainey will also speaking to the Collaborative Law Section of the Dallas County Bar about Structured Negotiations. Read more…

Raley’s Upgrades Point of Sale Devices to Include Real Keypads

Raley’s Upgrades Point of Sale Devices: Enhancement Praised by Blind Customers Sacramento, CA (April 14, 2015) – Raley’s announced today that it has completed a company-wide initiative to improve the checkout experience for all customers with new point of sale devices. Shoppers who are blind or visually impaired will especially benefit from Raley’s new technology. The company replaced all customer-facing POS devices with Verizon MX925 machines. Read more…

Raley’s Point of Sale Settlement Agreement

The settlement agreement posted here was reached through Structured Negotiations, an alternative dispute resolution process that focuses on collaboration and solution. Working with the California Council of the Blind and blind Raley’s shoppers in Structured Negotiations, Raley’s agreed to upgrade the chain’s check-out devices so blind people no longer have to disclose their PIN when using a PIN-based card such as a debit card. The Law Office of Lainey Feingold and Linda Dardarian of the Oakland civil rights firm Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian & Ho represented the blind community in the negotiations. Read more…