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Accessibility Compliance and Risk Mitigation Tactics | Solving the most common real-world challenges
As legislation evolves, many organizations are unaware that providing accessible technology is not a choice—it is now the law. These laws define the civil rights of those with disabilities and ensure equitable access across websites, apps, and internal systems. 

However, though the laws are clear, many companies are at risk of costly litigation, negative press, brand damage, and more due to the lack of knowledge or adherence to legal requirements.

In this 60 minute webinar, we will debunk many of the myths regarding accessibility, including: 

- What it means to have usable and compliant websites and apps.
- How to properly test and certify digital properties.
- How to track the governance and business compliance.
- The common elements of a demand letter and lawsuits and how to settle legal actions.
- How to mitigate risk before legal action.

Jan 27, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Michele Landis
Digital Accessibility Expert and Co-founder @Accesible360
As one of North America's leading Accessibility experts, Michele brings a highly unique skillset—experience in service and leadership within programs focused on inclusion and equal access. She has also led Accessible360 to national recognition, leveraging the company's Technical Services team deliverables, accessible design knowledge, and training along with their subject matter expertise. She spends her time educating companies and business associations across all verticals on how to tackle accessibility audit projects, build inclusive design, and the critical points to the proper business case for accessibility.  Michele speaks monthly on this topic across the nation, teaches Continuing Legal Education, and is a recognized speaker at SXSW on mitigating legal risk in this niche area of technology compliance.
Aaron Page
Senior Accessibility Engineer @Accessible360
As Senior Accessibility Engineer at Accessible360, Aaron brings years of extensive training and experience in Accessibility. He attended Lions World Services for the Blind, where he studied screen reading software and assistive technologies. Aaron also holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a major in Management Information Systems from the University of Montana. More so, he worked in Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility, served as a subject matter expert, was a representative on the Americans with Disabilities Act Committee, and worked for the campus IT department as an Accessibility Specialist. On a personal note, Aaron was born with congenital glaucoma and lost most of his functional vision in 2009. Aaron has been a daily user of screen reading software ever since.