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ADA Demand Letter Playbook

You’ve received an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) demand letter claiming your organization’s website or app is inaccessible to people with disabilities. Now what?

ADA Demand Letter Playbook

How you react is key, and time is of the essence. The good news is, you don’t have to do it alone.

We’ve consulted with our expert accessibility and compliance attorneys to create this comprehensive guide, leading you through key considerations as you determine how to move forward.

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In this six-step guide, you’ll learn:

  • icon Critical first steps to take before responding to a demand letter
  • icon The role of a comprehensive digital asset audit and what you can expect
  • icon Best practices for future-proofing your compliance efforts

Finding the right partner

U.S. state and federal courts have overwhelmingly ruled that digital accessibility is required under Title III of the ADA and applicable state laws, and the Department of Justice (DOJ) has established best practices for ADA compliance through its private enforcement actions. Access your copy of the ADA Demand Letter Playbook to find out what to do to reduce risk and fast-track your organization’s compliance efforts.

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