In the past several years, the number of lawsuits and demand letters against businesses that do business with the public through a website have skyrocketed as the U.S. Department of Justice pursued a very aggressive enforcement program to pressure businesses to make their websites accessible to individuals with disabilities. The surge of controversies concerning website accessibility caught most businesses by surprise as they had been waiting for the DOJ to issue regulations about public accommodations websites and thought they would have time to comply.
This course, presented by Seyfarth Shaw partner Minh Vu, will address website accessibility basics, how Title III of the ADA and other laws may require accessible websites, the current legal landscape, how businesses can minimize their risk of being sued, and how businesses should go about making their websites accessible.
Presenter has a great conversational style of presenting.
A well laid out presentation that was interesting and comprehensive.
Enjoyed the program! Very helpful information! Speaker very knowledgeable and interesting! Great course!
Interesting--raised my awareness about an emerging area of the law
Wow, Minh Vu is a wonderful instructor- conversation, relaxed and comfortable- amazing for such a world-class talent
Outstanding course. Very informative. Appreciated the case review summary to get a lay of the land.
I hope that you do a follow-up course next year on developments in 2017-2018.
Thanks- Good Info!
Great updating course for a complex topic!