It's well known that physical access to brick and mortar locations must meet the ADA's standards of accessibility. But when it comes to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Internet, businesses have not received the same level of guidance from the Department of Justice (DOJ) about standards or requirements for websites and apps.
If you work for a company doing business over the Internet, this webinar will help you better understand what the courts have said about how the ADA applies to the internet, the impact on your business, and what you can do to reduce your risk of receiving an ADA-based lawsuit for your website or app.
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Charles (Chuck) Marion is an experienced litigator who has tried several cases to
verdict, both jury and non-jury, in federal and state courts located throughout the
country, and also handled several domestic and international arbitrations. Chuck
primarily focuses his practice in the areas of complex business litigation; franchise
litigation and counseling; advising and defending businesses whose physical
locations, websites, or mobile apps have been accused of violating the Americans
with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and similar state and local statutes; defamation; and
intellectual-property litigation (including patent and trademark infringement cases,
claims for unfair competition and breach of non-compete and/or non-solicitation
agreements, and trade secret disputes). Chuck regularly writes and lectures on
Jason C. Taylor is the Chief Innovation Strategist and Advisor to the UsableNet CEO with nearly 20 years of experience in usability and accessibility. He is a global technology thought leader for multichannel customer engagement, actively advising leading companies on how to extend their brands across multiple channels for all users. He has been an active member of the accessibility and usability communities since 2001, which started with leading partnerships between UsableNet, Macromedia (now Adobe), and The Nielsen Norman Group.