Court Rejects ADA Exhaustion Argument for Closed Captions

The court held this week that the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010, which creates an administrative procedure to address videos lacking closed captions before the FCC, does not create an administrative exhaustion requirement for bringing similar issues under the ADA.  Sierra v. City of Hallandale Beach, Florida, (No. 18-10740 11th Cir. Sept. 27th, 2018).  The court also held that the district court need not abstain from hearing the case in deference to the FCC.

TOPIC: Consumer Protection

Submitted by Nick Boyd

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