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August 22, 2012

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Christine M. Netski

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly features Christine Netski and Netflix case in “Judge finds ADA covers online-only businesses”

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Partner Christine Netski has been featured in an article in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, “Judge finds ADA covers online-only businesses,” discussing the case National Association of the Deaf v. Netflix, in which Christine has been involved as co-counsel for the plaintiffs, and federal district judge Michael Ponsor’s recent landmark decision in the case, previously reported on this site.

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Christine M. Netski, a partner at Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen in Boston who represents the plaintiffs, said the ruling makes clear that “the ADA must be interpreted in a manner that keeps pace with how business is transacted in the Internet age and ensures that consumers with disabilities have equal access to web-based services like those offered by Netflix.”

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