Case Profile: Martinez v. County of Alameda

Yes, under the ADA, if a blind business owner comes to a government office to file her paper form, staff do need to read and write on official forms under her direction. That’s the jury verdict delivered by a federal jury in California against Alameda County on Tuesday, April 3, 2024. The case is still active.

Case Profile: Orozco v. Garland (Dept. of Justice)

A blind FBI analyst is seeking to make the Department of Justice provide him with accessible workplace software. The case is currently active.

Case Profile: Bashin v. Conduent, Inc.

Bryan Bashin, a blind camping enthusiast, brought suit under the California False Claims Act (CFCA) and California’s Unruh Civil Rights Act after learning that Conduent State & Local Solutions, Inc. and its contractor, US eDirect, Inc., had contracted with the California Department of Parks and Recreation to deliver a public-facing reservations website that was accessible to blind users–and then delivered a website that was not accessible. The case settled in November 2023.