Spoken Language and Disability Access Requirements of the New Section 1557 Health Care Civil Rights Rules

Spoken Language and Disability Access Requirements of the New Section 1557 Health Care Civil Rights Rules

Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (Section 1557) prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, language, age, disability, or sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, and sex characteristics), in covered, health programs or activities. See: 42 U.S.C. §18116 et seq. On May 6, 2024, HHS released the long-awaited the Section […]

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Web Accessibility & The ADA: A Mid-Year Report

Website Accessibility and the ADA: A Mid-Year Report

The number of lawsuits challenging various websites and apps for their accessibility to people with disabilities continues to grow, with no end in sight. While 2018 set a record for the number of website accessibility cases filed in federal courts across the United States, 2019 is on track to break last year’s record and continue […]

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Department of Justice Says No to Website Accessibility Regulations... Again

Department of Justice Says No to Website Accessibility Regulations… Again

Faced with letters from more than 100 Congressmen and various businesses requesting U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) assistance with the growing number of website accessibility lawsuits, DOJ again declined to take any immediate action. According to The Credit Union Times: “The Justice Department under President Obama had announced its intention to issue ADA guidance governing […]

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Join us for “It’s Not Political Correctness,” a discussion on Implicit Bias and Cultural Competence in Today’s Marketplace

Hamtramck, MI—Bromberg & Associates, LLC, a full-spectrum Language Solutions Company (LSC) based in Hamtramck, Michigan, is pleased to announce the upcoming event, “It’s Not Political Correctness,” a discussion on Implicit Bias and Cultural Competence in Today’s Marketplace to be held on Tuesday, September 25th at the Macomb County Family Resource Center. This discussion will provide […]

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From a recent ADA discrimination case involving Deaf rights.

ADA Discrimination: The Law is What the Courts Say

“It is emphatically the province and duty of the [Courts] to say what the law is.” This simple statement was penned by Chief Justice John Marshall in the landmark 1803 U.S. Supreme Court case of Marbury v. Madison. This decision established a core principle of American democracy: It is the job of the Courts, not […]

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