It can’t even be called a “drive-by” lawsuit, but metaphorically speaking, that is the perfect description. A lawsuit against Dunkin’ has been revived and remanded by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Dennis Haynes v. Dunkin’ Donuts, LLC stems from allegations by a Haynes, a blind Florida man that he was being discriminated against in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) because the Dunkin’ website was not compatible with screen-reading software. The suit was initially dismissed by the district court because the judge found no “nexus” between Haynes’ inability to access the Dunkin’ website and accessing Dunkin’ goods at an actual Dunkin’ store. Notwithstanding, the appeals court remanded the case to the District Court finding that Haynes had shown a plausible claim under the ADA. Haynes has a separate, but strangely similar lawsuit pending against Hooters of America, LLC. In that case as well, the 11th Circuit found that the Hooters website lacked sufficient accessibility for blind people and remanded the case to the District Court.