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Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires employers in a wide range of industries to ensure public accommodations, i.e. make their sites, goods and services accessible to individuals with disabilities. This impacts employers in numerous ways that have previously remained off the radar of ADA compliance but are now taking on greater focus, particularly regarding service animal access obligations and website accessibility. In this podcast, two Littler Mendelson shareholders, Peter Petesch, Esq. and Gavin Appleby, Esq., bring their subject matter expertise to bear on this fast growing area of liability exposure. Peter and Gavin discuss the challenges and responsibilities presented by the laws and regulations that have emerged – or have yet to emerge – in the area governing provision of accessibility to individuals with disabilities.