Website Accessibility: What Are the Risks and How to Address Them?

by the Consumer Financial Services Group
October 24, 2019
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In this podcast, we discuss the obligation of businesses to make websites accessible to persons with disabilities under federal and state law; enforcement, private litigation and other risks of non-compliance; strategies used by advocacy groups and plaintiffs' firms to assert claims; litigation trends, including the targeting of mobile apps and video/audio website content; and the use of privileged reviews and other best practices to reduce the risk of litigation in an increasingly litigious climate or limit exposure when defending a lawsuit.

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