Whether you’re a designer, developer, content specialist, digital marketer, project manager, or business owner, you need to stay informed on the latest legal aspects of digital accessibility.
One of the best ways to learn about recent developments is to attend the 2020 Legal Update on Digital Accessibility Cases with Lainey Feingold, a free webinar on November 12, 2020 hosted by 3Play Media.
What You’ll Learn
From the webinar description, Feingold will discuss
- Legal requirements impacting digital accessibility
- Updates on major digital access court cases, regulations, and settlements over the past twelve months
- Best practices for digital accessibility as defined by industry leaders, court orders, and major settlements
- Ethics in the digital accessibility legal space: fear, quick fixes and what not to do
- How the law is impacting accessibility in fields as diverse as finance, education, voting, healthcare, employment, and transportation
Webinar Details and Registration
The webinar will be held Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 2:00pm Eastern Time (time zone converter).
While the webinar is free, pre-registration is required.
The webinar will be live captioned and recorded.
Everyone who registers will receive a follow-up message after the webinar with links to view the recording, slide deck, and interactive transcript.
About Lainey Feingold
Lainey Feingold is a disability civil rights lawyer and author.
In the past 25 years, her work has focused on technology and information access issues for blind people, including web and mobile accessibility.
Her book, Structured Negotiation, A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits, was published by the American Bar Association in 2016.
Using structured negotiation methods, she has negotiated over 60 settlement agreements with large U.S. organizations including Bank of America, Major League Baseball, Weight Watchers, CVS, and Wells Fargo Bank.
Feingold is actively involved in the accessibility community, sharing resources/posts on her law office website as well as speaking at conferences.
I’m glad to say I “met” her years ago through the accessibility community on Twitter.
Staying current on the latest legal developments in digital accessibility is crucial for individuals as well as organizations in the private and public sector.
While I do my best to stay up-to-date with web accessibility legal news and updates, I miss a lot of information. Which is why I’ve attended Feingold’s legal updates in the past.
I always walk away with new information to guide me in my work.
Hope you’ll join me on Thursday, November 12th for the latest legal update.