1. Learn How the Supreme Court Action Affects Your Website

Learn How the Supreme Court Action Affects Your Website

$99.00
Event ID: 2141024
Duration: Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter(s): Daniel A. Cotter, Attorney and Counselor, Howard & Howard Attorneys
Credits: Live webinar approved for 1.5 NASBA credit hours (Management Services)

Learn How the Supreme Court Action Affects Your Website

The Supreme Court recently rejected an appeal by Domino’s in Domino’s Pizza LLC v. Robles. In the underlying case, Guillermo Robles, who is blind, alleged that Domino’s failed to provide an accessible website that allowed him to order a customized pizza. He claimed this violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. The case will now return to the district court.

This case is not only about pizza. Your institution likely provides websites, software, and mobile apps for your clients. If your systems are not entirely accessible to individuals with disabilities, your organization may be the next defendant.

More than 2,800 lawsuits were filed in 2018 against companies with websites for similar alleged violations, including many against financial institutions. To avoid this fate, you need to learn about the ADA requirements and quickly comply.

Please join Daniel Cotter as he deciphers this recent Supreme Court action and explain its impact on financial institutions. You will learn what steps to take now to avoid similar litigation.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

The program will:

  • What is covered by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act?
  • What are the facts of the Domino’s Pizza LLC v. Robles matter?
  • What does the Supreme Court’s rejection of the petition mean?
  • How will this ruling impact financial institutions?
  • What do financial institutions need to consider?

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