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June 23, 2022

Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast—"ADA Accessibility: Is Your Website Compliant? With Rob Thorpe"

Host Ari Kwiatkowski is back with episode 29 of Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast. She and Barclay Damon colleague Rob Thorpe discuss ADA accessibility for your website. Turning to the Americans With Disabilities Act, Ari and Rob dig into its Title III section, which governs “public accommodations,” the accommodations a business or employer must make for its visitors, customers, and employees. In addition to considering things like wheelchair ramps and handicapped parking, should you consider whether your website or mobile app is accessible to all? The 32-year-old ADA has been variously interpreted. Recent guidance from the Department of Justice says websites and mobile apps do fall under the category of public accommodations, though courts are conflicted. Listen in for more.

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