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Webinar: Getting to ‘Yes’ – Building Internal Support for Accessibility Initiatives

Original Presentation Date: January 31, 2019 Are you the accessibility specialist or champion for your organization? Or maybe just beginning to head up your team’s.

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Are You Compliant with the 508 Refresh? Do You Need to Be?

As of January 18, 2018, information and communication technology (ICT) used, maintained, or developed by the federal government must conform with the Section 508 Refresh.

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How to Avoid an OCR Complaint

The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) within the Department of Education (DOE) is responsible for collecting and investigating discrimination complaints at educational institutions. OCR will.

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ADA and the Internet: ADA Settlements – Customer Service

This is the 7th and final installment in the ADA and the Internet Series. Settlements will typically contain language about providing customer service to users.

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ADA and the Internet: ADA Settlements – Testing and Bug Fixing

This is the sixth installment in the ADA and the Internet Series. Automated Web Accessibility Testing Purchasing and deploying an automated web accessibility testing tool is.

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ADA and the Internet: ADA Settlements – Policies, Public Statements, and Personnel

This is the fifth installment in our ADA and the Internet Series Web Accessibility Policy Most settlements have a requirement for a web accessibility policy.

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ADA and the Internet: ADA Settlements – Third-Party Solutions and WCAG Carve-Outs

This is the fourth installment in our ADA and the Internet Series Third-Party Solutions Third-party services and content are often carved out in agreements to.

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ADA and the Internet: ADA Settlements – Fitting Accessibility Compliance into Your Product Lifecycle

This is the third installment in our ADA and the Internet Series If your organization is involved in web-related ADA litigation, one of the most.

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ADA and the Internet: So You Got a Demand Letter…Now What?

A number of our clients have received demand letters from ADA plaintiff’s attorneys. As there seems to be a great bit of confusion behind these.

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ADA and the Internet: Where Things Stand

With demand letters and litigation increasing, we are often asked about the current legal situation when it comes to the ADA and the Internet. Here.

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