Kimberly Reindl and Selena Linde's article, "DOJ Postpones Website Accessibility Proceeding: How Businesses Can Prepare in Anticipation of a Lawsuit and How to Maximize Insurance Once Served," in the March 2016 issue of Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal notes The Department of Justice has once again postponed its proceeding to amend regulations that would spell out the obligations of retailers, hotels, restaurants, places of entertainment, and other businesses to make their websites accessible to individuals with disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act.” The article suggests several things businesses can do to minimize exposure if a claim is filed and get ahead of the curve to remediate web accessibility issues.