Target of legal action is currently the subject of litigation over poor web site accessibility:

The US National Federation of the Blind (NFB) has brought legal action against Target corporation (a major US-based discount retailer which operates more than 1,300 stores in 47 states) because their web site is not accessible. The NFB has raised the issue with Target Corporation before

It seems that some of the accessibility blunders are pretty fundamental (lack of alt tags, image maps without alternatives) but some actions can not be performed on at all without using a mouse.

And here’s a real gem of good advice:

Word to the wise - if you are making accessibility changes to your site based on feedback - make sure you document your process so that you can at least show that you’re doing something to address the issues, and if you are doing it incrementally make some sort of public announcment with each improvement you make, ok? You know - that would make good business sense.