Category Archives: ADA and Bar Rule Compliance

Andrew DelossantosADA – The Importance of Keyboard Accessibility

Since the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the law requires all websites to be accessible. Although the ADA does not specify a standard for web accessibility, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 have been consistently upheld as…


Mike portraitThree Keys to Maintaining Accessibility in Your Blog

Accessibility and compliance has been gaining attention in web design circles for years now. While that’s a good thing, ascending to a more inclusive web requires new knowledge and techniques for website maintenance. And it isn’t just web designers and…


Andrew DelossantosCommon ADA Compliance Errors Explained

The law now requires your website to be ADA compliant. All sites are susceptible to some common ADA errors. When WebAIM scanned 1 Million pages in early 2020, over 60 million distinct accessibility errors were detected. That’s an average of…


Pete Boyd portraitADA Accessibility for Websites is Now Required

It is now official.  ADA accessibility applies to websites.  Your website must be compliant. The Supreme Court has refused to hear the case of Robles vs. Domino’s Pizza.  This means that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling, which held that Domino’s website must be compliant, stands.  The retailer needs to have a compliant website.


Pete Boyd portraitDid You Know?

Paperstreet started almost 20 years ago as a  premier website design agency for law firms.  Over time though we have expanded to include other services that can help your firm, including: Content Writing – Our attorney-team of writers help produce…


Pete Boyd portraitFAQs on ADA Website Compliance & Your Law Firm

Recently the number of ADA website lawsuits filed in Federal court has jumped dramatically. Over 2,000 were filed in 2018, which is an increase from 800 in 2017. In 2019 the numbers appear to be rising too. Is your law…


Mike portraitHow to Make Your Website ADA Compliant

New regulations expected in the spring or summer will reveal new standards for web accessibility moving forward. Review how to get ahead of the legislation and make your website ADA compliant.


Website Accessibility: Make Sure Your Website is ADA Compliant

While the internet has dramatically changed how people distribute information and transact business, companies need to be sure that they are taking the right steps to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by providing disabled individuals access to their websites.


Pete Boyd portraitLaw Firms Websites and the Americans with Disabilities Act: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Government Website Rules for Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act In an effort to ensure that all individuals with disabilities have access to programs, services and related activities, all government websites (state, local and federal) must comply with the…


Florida Bar Rules About Website Stock Imagery

Custom photography can be expensive and the high-end look it creates isn’t always the goal of every law firm. So, many legal professionals with budget in mind default to using stock imagery on their website. These images will often appear…