In March of 2022, the Department of Justice released guidance on web accessibility and the ADA – Americans with Disabilities Act, describing how local and state governments and businesses can ensure that their websites are accessible to people with disabilities.
However, like anything related to the legal world, the guidance still has room for further clarification. Though the DOJ has taken a significant, positive step forward by removing much of the confusion about how ADA requirements apply to online resources, it doesn't mean its crystal clear for everyone. If you are still unclear about what the guidance means for you, you are not alone—we're here to help.
To help clarify the recent DOJ Web Accessibility Guidance, Accesible360's founder and renowned industry expert Michele Landis will moderate a panel of defense and plaintiff attorneys to discuss the reasoning, potential impacts of the guidance, and the path to achieving ongoing compliance.