Presented by: Audrey Ehrhardt, Esquire, CBC, Practice42 CEO
Do law firms fall under the ADA website accessibility and compliance rules, standards, and case law? What about small law firms – those with fewer than 15 employees? Is this even a topic we should spend our valuable (billable) time on? In short, the answer is YES! Law firm websites fall under ADA Title III, according to the most recent case law on this issue.
Join us, along with presenter Audrey Ehrhrardt, Esq., CBC, Practice42 Founder, as we get answers to the questions surrounding this important issue. Even with no bright line legal rule or standard we can follow right now, we do have plenty of guidance as these cases continue to evolve. This webinar will cover the following issues related to website ADA compliance:
• How do you protect yourself?
• What standards apply?
• Are the standards different as you consider a mobile user of your website versus a desktop user?
• Do estate planning and elder law attorneys have a more significant responsibility to their potential and actual clients than other practitioners?
Don’t miss this in-depth look at an issue that many attorneys may not yet realize is important to consider.
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8/20/2019 “Are You a Sitting Duck in Your Law Practice? An In-Depth Look at ADA Accessible Websites” by Audrey Ehrhardt, Esq., CBC
Meet Audrey Ehrhardt, Esq., CBC ^
Audrey Ehrhardt, Esq., CBC, is the founder of Practice42, an innovative consulting firm and full suite marketing agency for C-Level Executives, creatives, and lawyers. Audrey has unique experience in building and running successful law practices and corporations nationwide. Her expertise gives her a unique perspective when working with clients of all shapes and sizes. Audrey is a national speaker on topics such as business strategy and processes, marketing with today’s technology, cyber security and the science of team building. Audrey lives in Florida with her husband, son and two dogs.
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