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Website Accessibility Lawsuits

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The ADA requires that websites be accessible to those with disabilities. Richard M. Hunt explains what “accessibility” means for websites and the legal theories behind such suits, and provides effective strategies for dealing with a claim against your client.
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TX MCLE credit expires: 10/31/2020

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1. Website Accessibility Lawsuits (Oct 2018)

Richard M. Hunt

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Video (mp4) 61 mins
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SESSION 1 — 61 mins, credit 1.00

Session 1:

Website Accessibility Lawsuits (Oct 2018)

Lawsuits claiming the ADA requires that websites be accessible to those with disabilities are being filed in record numbers against businesses small and large. This seminar will explain what “accessibility” means for websites, the legal theories behind such suits, the still confused state of the law, and effective strategies for dealing with a claim against your client.

Originally presented at: Sep 2018 Website Accessibility Lawsuits

Richard M. Hunt, Hunt Huey PLLC - Dallas, TX