Must My Website Comply With The ADA?

In 1990 when Congress passed and President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) into law, websites and mobile apps were the stuff of science fiction. Today, however, it is hard to find any company or non-profit that does not have a website and/or mobile app, leaving the courts to struggle with (1) whether Title III's ban on disability discrimination applies to such electronic spaces at all, (2) if so, when does the law apply, and (3) what standards should be applied to determine whether these websites and mobile apps meet the ADA's requirements.

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Evaluating The Validity Of Oil And Gas Form Leases In Ohio

In a slip opinion published on January 21, 2016, the Supreme Court of Ohio upheld the validity of form leases executed in favor of Beck Energy Corporation (“Beck”) affirming a 2014 decision issued by the Seventh District Court of Appeals in Hustack v. Beck Energy Corp. The Court also denied a separate appeal to invalidate the tolling of a certain group of the form leases, in the consolidated case of State ex rel. Claugus Family Farm, L.P. v. Seventh Dist. Court of Appeals,  and refused to grant Beck’s motion to toll hundreds of the form leases executed by all certified class members.

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Two Dickie McCamey Attorneys Named to "Who’s Who in Energy"

Jones Named ACBF Young Professional of Excellence 2016

DMC proudly announces that two of its lawyers, Rodger L. Puz and Jesse J. Zirillo, have been named to the 2015–2016 “Who’s Who in Energy: Legal” list prepared by the Pittsburgh Business Times.

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Ron G. Jones

Ron G. Jones, Esq., an associate in Dickie McCamey’s Pittsburgh office, is being honored by the Allegheny County Bar Foundation (ACBF) as the 2016 Young Professional of Excellence. He is being recognized for his exceptional commitment to pro bono work and community service.

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