Web Accessibility Compliance in 2022: What Every Legal Counsel Needs to Know

In its latest guidance statement, the DOJ solidifies its position: Web accessibility is an ADA requirement for state and local governments, as well as businesses open to the public. With this guidance, organizations will need to ensure their websites are accessible to individuals with disabilities. But the guidance stops short of articulating exactly how to do so.

Web Accessibility Compliance in 2022: What Every Legal Counsel Needs to Know

In a recent roundtable session with a former DOJ Deputy Assistant Attorney General and renowned accessibility attorneys, we covered:

  • Details of the DOJ’s guidance and how to interpret it
  • The current state of case law and what to expect moving forward
  • Best practices for achieving web accessibility

Our all-star speakers include:

  • Eve Hill — former DOJ Deputy Assistant Attorney General
  • Tim Elder — Founder of TRE Legal Practice
  • Kris Rivenburgh — Head of Regulatory Affairs at eSSENTIAL Accessibility
  • Ian Lowe — CMO at eSSENTIAL Accessibility as moderator

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