According to the article by Disabled Rights Assoc. (DRA), Target refused to negotiate. Instead, they allowed the suit to be filed, and moved into federal court, and then filed a Motion to Dismiss based on the theory that the ADA applies only to physical stores, not the Internet.http://www.dralegal.org/cases/privat...b_v_target.php
The federal judge has denied the Motion to Dismiss. Hopefully, this will settle, and Target will make the website accessible to the blind, and IF the NDR and the original plaintiffs have any integrity (or want the rest of us to believe that they are not greedy), each side will agree to be responsible for it's own legal fees. I did notice that even a civil rights firm from Baltimore, MD jumped on the band wagon --- was it the smell of cash that attracted them??