Our phones have been ringing. On the other end of the line is yet another client who has been named in an onslaught of lawsuits targeting businesses that sell products or services via their websites and who are alleged to have failed to comply with Title III of the American Disabilities Act (ADA). Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court in Domino’s Pizza, LLC v. Robles declined to review Domino’s appeal regarding whether its website and mobile application are required to comply with the ADA. In doing so, the Supreme Court passed on an opportunity to provide some clarity to the issue of the application of the ADA to websites. As a result, the plaintiffs’ bar will almost certainly continue its waive of ADA website lawsuits. Nevertheless, there are steps companies can take to help minimize the risk of such costly litigation.