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2022 Digital Accessibility Legal Update with Lainey Feingold

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The legal landscape of digital accessibility in the United States, and increasingly around the world, provides a strong framework supporting digital inclusion for disabled people in the public and private sectors, in education, and throughout society. The pandemic has made the need…

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October 13, 2021

Mastering the Video Accessibility Laws in 2021

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In this webinar, we will discuss U.S. laws impacting video accessibility with a focus on the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. We’ll…

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Updated October 15, 2021

How to Improve Digital Accessibility While Reducing Legal Risk

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Over one digital lawsuit is filed every hour. By the end of 2021, it is estimated that 4,195 digital accessibility cases will be filed. Web accessibility lawsuits have been increasing at unprecedented rates and no company, industry, or device is exempt. In…

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Updated October 12, 2021

State of Online Accessibility Lawsuits

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Recently, we’ve seen an unprecedented number of web accessibility lawsuits emerge around the country. When you look closely at these lawsuits, you begin to see trends that tell a story around who is getting sued, where it’s coming from, and why it’s…

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Updated September 20, 2021

Baking Accessibility into Your Event Strategy

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What We’ll Cover In this webinar, we’ll explore what it means to host accessible events, and how event planners can incorporate best practices to ensure all steps of their events are accessible. We’ll talk about the essential elements of accessible in-person, hybrid,…

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Updated July 30, 2021

Accessibility 101 for Financial Institutions

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Michele Landis, a Co-Founder and the CRO of Accessible360, will go through how to create barrier-free banking and accessible user experiences. She will run through key laws and lawsuits that are shaping the digital landscape of the finance industry and detail what…

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Updated October 8, 2021

Web Accessibility Lawsuit Trends in 2020

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2020 proved – unsurprisingly – to be a landmark year with regard to digital accessibility lawsuits. The lockdowns and restrictions resulting from COVID-19 drastically altered the rate at which these cases were filed. In this webinar, Jason Taylor, Chief Innovation Officer at…

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Updated April 1, 2021

Global Outlook for Accessibility Compliance

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Michele Landis, a Co-Founder and the CRO of Accessible360, will go through the emerging global legal trends and the growing importance of Digital Accessibility. This will include the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) post its 12/31/2020 compliance deadline, the European…

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Updated March 19, 2021

ACCESS at Home

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December 21, 2020

Practical First Steps to Achieving Web accessibility and Reducing Liability Risk

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71% of individuals with disabilities leave a website immediately if it’s not accessible. Website accessibility is more important than ever before. The purpose of this presentation is to highlight simple steps any organization can take to start working toward web accessibility, reduce the risk…

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Updated January 15, 2021

12 Things You Need to Know About WCAG 2.1: How it Impacts Your Work & Laws Around the Globe

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Did you know that more countries with accessibility laws already reference WCAG 2.1 rather than WCAG 2.0? Do you know how WCAG 2.1 will impact your work and your responsibilities? Countries around the world are improving their accessibility regulations. Learn about digital…

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Updated October 16, 2020

2020 Legal Update on Digital Access Cases with Lainey Feingold

by Sofia Enamorado in

The legal landscape of accessibility in the United States provides a strong framework supporting digital accessibility efforts in the public and private sectors, in higher education, and throughout society. Individual advocacy, lawsuits, Structured Negotiations, and government agency activity impact how organizations around…

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Updated November 13, 2020