Upcoming Webinar with Lainey Feingold on 2016 Digital Access Cases
Nationally recognized disability rights lawyer Lainey Feingold will present on digital access legal cases from 2016 on Thursday, September 29th, 2-3pm ET.
Registration for the 3Play Media webinar is free, and a recording of the event will be available on our recorded webinar archives.
Digital access is a civil right, and there is a lot happening in the legal space right now. Court decisions, government agency activity, and private party settlements are defining best practices and the scope of digital accessibility requirements.
Organizations across industries need to be aware of these developments to better understand their legal obligations.
In this webinar, the pioneer of Structured Negotiation, the dispute resolution method known for negotiating landmark accessibility agreements, Lainey Feingold will review digital access legal cases from this year and outline what impact they will have on the future of web and mobile accessibility.
Lainey’s Presentation will cover:
- Legal requirements impacting web accessibility
- Updates on major digital access court cases, regulations and settlements in 2016
- How the law is impacting accessibility in fields as diverse as finance, education, voting, healthcare, employment, and transportation
- U.S. Department of Justice and Department of Education activity in digital access
- Best practices for digital accessibility as defined by major settlements
- The legal horizon for web and mobile accessibility
About Lainey Feingold
Lainey Feingold is a disability rights lawyer who works primarily with the blind community on technology, digital, and information access issues. She is internationally recognized for negotiating landmark accessibility agreements and for pioneering the collaborative dispute resolution method known as Structured Negotiation.
In 2014 and in 2000, she was honored with a California Lawyer of the Year (CLAY) award. Her book, Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits will be published by the American Bar Association in fall 2016.
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