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Webinar: ADA Demand Letters and Settlements

Written by: Kim Phillips

Date: Tuesday, July 21st – 2:00PM ET

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What should you do if you receive a demand letter stating that your website is not compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? Or what if you haven’t yet, but you think you may be at risk? Knowing what to expect is extremely important and could actually help you avoid getting one in the first place.

Over the last 20 years Level Access has worked with countless organizations facing ADA compliance litigation due to inaccessible websites and mobile apps. Join Level Access CEO Tim Springer as he shares some of the things we’ve learned along the way, including:

  • Who is enforcing the ADA as it pertains to web and mobile accessibility
  • What steps you should take if you receive an ADA Demand Letter
  • Typical accessibility requirements in structured settlements
  • Key areas you can request flexibility in when negotiating a settlement
  • Tips for crafting a reasonable – and achievable – remediation and compliance timeline


Tim Springer
CEO and Founder, Level Access

Tim SpringerTim has dedicated over two decades to ensuring that technology not only meets regulatory standards, but also supports real world use by individuals with disabilities. As a leader in the digital accessibility industry, he has provided compliance solutions to thousands of organizations, advising large corporations and Federal agencies on technical challenges and best practices required to successfully achieve accessibility. As creator and designer of Level Access’s core technology, he led the development of InFocus, the industry’s first commercial software for testing web accessibility, and served as the chief architect for Level Access’s Accessibility Audit Methodology and Accessibility Management Platform (AMP).