When the ADA was enacted in 1990, the internet had not yet become such an important part of people's lives, including the lives of people with disabilities. Now that the internet has become such an integral tool for businesses, employers and governmental entities, courts have been grappling with how the ADA applies to websites. Also, the Department of Justice has announced it will be revising its regulations to address website accessibility. This webinar will review the legal theories on applying the ADA to the internet and discuss the case law analyzing this issue. Don't miss this session as accessibility moves beyond ramps and onto the world wide web.
Vice President of Civil Rights and Systemic Litigation
Rachel M. Weisberg
Staff Attorney, Equip For Equality
Continuing Education Recognition:
Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) (1.5 Contact Hours)
Great Lakes ADA Center Certificate of Attendance (1.5 Contact Hours)