Webinar_Flat_Icon_Set_REZERVAPlease join Seyfarth Shaw’s ADA Title III team members Minh Vu and Kristina Launey, along with SSB Bart CEO Tim Springer, for a preview of the Defending Digital Accessibility Lawsuits presentation they’ll give at this year’s California State University Northridge Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference.  This 45-minute webinar will provide

If your business opens its doors to the public, it has an obligation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other laws to make its goods and services accessible to individuals with disabilities.  This includes allowing service animals access.  Places of public accommodation are experiencing increasing difficulty navigating the sometimes complex interactions with customers

As we’ve previously reported, new Department of Justice rules give individuals with mobility disabilities the right under the ADA to use a wide variety of non-traditional powered mobility devices in public accommodations facilities.  The lawsuits and complaints about this issue are on the rise so businesses should familiarize themselves with this issue to avoid

By Kristina M. Launey

As noted during our Healthcare webinar last week, the accessibility of drug labels accessible is on the Administration’s agenda.  Yesterday the Access Board announced that the stakeholder working group it organized to develop best practices for making drug labels accessible will hold its first public meeting January 10 and 11 in

By Kristina M. Launey

Tune into the U.S. Access Board’s September 6 (2:30 – 4:00 EST) webinar for pointers on how to make your webinars accessible.  The Access Board says the session “will review the use of interactive features, captioning, audio connections, and other features to ensure that webinars are accessible to people with disabilities,

By Eden Anderson

On June 7, 2012, the United States Access Board (“Access Board”) hosted a webinar to discuss new accessibility requirements for miniature golf courses.  We listened in and summarize program highlights here. 

On September 15, 2010, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) issued new regulations adopting the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design (“2010