Website Accessibility A Program to Reduce Litigation Risk
So-called “ADA letters” – letters sent by law firms alleging individuals with disabilities are denied access to an organization’s goods and services because of inaccessible websites – are increasing.
And the number of related lawsuits filed in federal court this year has surged.
Ken Nakata, a former Senior Trial Attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, and who has specialized in accessibility for the last 24 years, discusses how to reduce your website accessibility litigation risk, including:
- Identifying four key drivers to litigation in web accessibility.
- Designing web pages to fully comply with Web accessibility standards.
- How to use automated and manual testing together to achieve optimal accessibility for legacy pages at the lowest cost.
- Key non-technological solutions that immediately reduce liability risk.
Learn how to build a simple web accessibility program for your organization, to maximize accessibility and to minimize litigation risk