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A Cheap Website Could Cost Your Firm Millions of Dollars

Lawyers know the value of hiring an experienced, successful lawyer for representation. An inexpensive lawyer that has a small, inexperienced staff and lack of resources may cost less initially, but the long-term results could be disastrous. Web marketing is the same.  While cheap websites are plentiful, the return on investment (ROI) will be minimal since …

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DOJ Settlement Suggests Push to Expand ADA Coverage to All Websites and Apps

The chance of future DOJ investigations justifies companies’ reviews of customer-oriented websites and apps for accessibility. As consumers continue to use the Internet and their smartphones for their shopping in astonishing numbers, especially on this Cyber Monday, a recent Department of Justice (DOJ) settlement agreement raises questions and potential serious implications for any company with …

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