By  on July 17, 2019

For two years, retailers have sounded alarms over the surge of lawsuits by visually impaired consumers saying they’ve had trouble navigating the companies’ web sites. Now, in a case involving Domino’s Pizza, the retail industry has spotted an opportunity for relief.  

On Tuesday, the National Retail Federation and the Retail Litigation Center filed an amicus brief encouraging the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case in which a blind Domino’s customer had alleged that he wasn’t able to order a custom pizza through the company’s web site or app. 

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