Website Compliance With The ADA CLE
Website Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)



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Course Description

This program was recorded on April 21, 2020

The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law in 1990 with a focus of removing physical barriers to businesses for disabled Americans. However, we are in a digital age, a growing number of business are online. In 2017, the Federal Court in Gil v. Winn Dixie, extended the definition of “public accommodations” to include websites. That ruling opened the flood gates to ADA website accessibility cases. In 2020, a increasing number of  businesses will be moving to a digital platform in response to the “new normal” set into motion by the Covid-19 pandemic. This course will discuss, among other things, what is considered a “public accommodation” for purposes of determining if a business is covered by the ADA and how to avoid costly ADA compliance litigation.

Attorney Arturo ArcaArturo L. Arca
Arturo Arca is a Partner at the Trembly Law Firm and will be celebrating his 11th year as a Florida licensed attorney this March. Arturo has, and continues to represent foreign and domestic corporate clients and professionals in employment and business matters such as corporate formation, growth strategy, merger and acquisition, and non-compete and confidentiality agreements. Arturo has been published twice in the online legal publication Law360, who deemed him an expert on restrictive covenants. Arturo repays his gratitude for a rewarding career by giving back to the community through various non-profits and was most recently the 2019 Co-Chair for the Miami-Dade Walk to End Alzheimer’s which raised more than $350,000 for the cause.

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  1. The ADA and Title III
  2. Which businesses must comply with the ADA?
  3. Is your website a “public accommodation”?
  4. How do you know if your website is ADA-compliant?
  5. What is a business liability exposure in the event of ADA claim?