Accessibility Laws & Lawsuits
Navigating the Venn Diagram of Video Accessibility Laws
In this webinar, Lily Bond, Director of Marketing at 3Play Media, will dive into the venn diagram of a11y laws, proving that it’s not as daunting as it might seem. She’ll cover the historical lawsuits that have shaped our current legal landscape, as well as discuss how these laws apply to your specific industry.
The Legal Year in Review: Accessibility Trends in Higher Ed
In this webinar, Paul Grossman will cover major trends in accessibility law as it applies to higher ed. If you haven’t had the chance to see Paul speak at AHEAD, this is a great opportunity to learn about the state of accessibility in higher education from the retired Chief Regional Attorney at the US Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR).
This session will cover key illustrative cases and decisions in 2017-2018 that have potential impact on campus and organization policies, practices, and environments.
Presented by Paul Grossman, retired Chief Regional Attorney at the Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights.
FCC Audio Description Requirements: What You Need To Know To Comply Presented By Will Schell, Attorney Advisor At The Disability Rights Office Of The FCC
In this webinar, Will Schell, Attorney Advisor at the Disability Rights Office of the FCC, will go over audio description requirements and responsibilities. He will walk through the reasons for the increases, go over who these increases impact, and share best practices for audio description according to the FCC.
2017 Legal Update On Digital Accessibility Cases With Lainey Feingold
This webinar will be presented by Lainey Feingold, an internationally recognized disability rights lawyer and pioneer of Structured Negotiation known for negotiating landmark accessibility agreements. In this webinar, Lainey will take us through key cases, government agency activity, settlements, and other developments in the digital accessibility legal landscape since her last 3Play Media webinar in September 2016.
What The Winn-Dixie Case & Other Important Rulings Mean For the Future of Web Accessibility Under The Ada Presented Bobby Silverstein
This webinar will be presented by Bobby Silverstein, a nationally-recognized disability attorney and one of the architects of the ADA. In this webinar, Bobby will take us through the Winn-Dixie case and other historical rulings and the impact they have for corporate entities.
Accessible Video at Amazon
A big part of Amazon’s mission and innovation initiatives has largely been focused on making their expansive video library accessible to all customers.
In this webinar, Peter Korn, Accessibility Architect at Amazon Lab126, will provide an inside look into Amazon’s video accessibility efforts. You’ll learn more about how the company continues to grow their video platform, while keeping accessibility a priority.
Complying with the Section 508 & Section 255 Refresh Presented by Bruce Bailey and Timothy Creagan from the U.S. Access Board
In this webinar, Bruce Bailey and Timothy Creagan from the U.S. Access Board will review the final revision of Section 508 and Section 255. They provide a comprehensive analysis of the changes and disclose how they will affect diverse organizations nationwide.
Where Do We Go From Here? Web Accessibility Across 3 National Systems
Presenting the results from a national sample on web accessibility, Cyndi Rowland and George Joeckel from WebAIM, will share their findings from 3 distinct organizations. How would you think the national network of University Centers of Excellence in Disability would fare? What about the universities that host them? How about their state government sites? Join us to see if your thoughts are in line with the research.