ADA Compliance for Legal Businesses

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Live Webcast - November 1st, 2018

  • 7:00-9:15am PST / 8:00-10:15am MST / 9:00-11:15am CST / 10:00-12:15pm EST

You may not be able to avoid receiving an ADA complaint, but you can control how you operate daily to protect your business if you are sued. This course reviews the basic requirements of the ADA for businesses, including your legal business, regarding barrier removal, including communication barriers, reasonable accommodations, service animals, and how to apply the law to common accommodation requests.



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  • Marlynn R. Jones
    Attorney Marlynn R. Jones is passionate about the ADA. She serves Florida International University (FIU) as Assistant Director, Equal Opportunity Programs and Diversity and Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Previously, she was Acting EEO and Title IX Coordinator at North Carolina Central University. In both university positions she managed accommodation requests from employees and job applicants. She investigates claims of discrimination based on actions that violate Title VII and Title IX, and provides training presentations for faculty and staff members.

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      • 2 General Credits
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    1. ADA Title I
    2. ADA Title III
    3. Barrier Removal for Accessibility
      1. Outside the facility
      2. Inside the facility
      3. Website and Publications
    4. Communication Barriers
      1. Visual
      2. Hearing
      3. Speech
      4. Language
    5. Reasonable Accommodations
      1. Applications and interviews
      2. Employee accommodations relating to Job Performance
      3. Employee Medical Leave
      4. Employee Religious Leave
    6. Job restructuring
    7. Reassignment
    8. Equipment
    9. Animals: Service vs. Comfort
    10. Employer’s Undue Hardship
    11. Burdens of Proof
    12. Application of Law to Accommodation Requests
    13. Resources

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