Register for “Why Winn-Dixie Doesn’t Matter” Webinar

Equal Entry webinar with Ken Nakata

Topic: Why Winn-Dixie Doesn’t Matter

In this presentation, Ken Nakata will review web accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act, including the current split in the Federal circuits.

In April, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals released its decision in Gil v. Winn-Dixie. Many advocates proclaimed it was a major blow to disability rights and some suggest that only a miracle in the Supreme Court can fix the problem. This presentation offers a broader perspective and describes why the Winn-Dixie decision really isn’t surprising and shouldn’t have much impact on disability rights at all.

All Equal Entry webinars are pre-approved for IAAP Continuing Accessibility Education Credits.

Presenter: Ken NakataConverge Accessibility

Ken Nakata is a former Senior Trial Attorney with the U.S. Justice Department’s Disability Rights Section. He developed nationwide ADA policies for the internet, was awarded the Attorney General’s Award for Excellence in Information Technology by Attorney General Janet Reno, served as lead counsel for the interagency working group making the Federal government’s information technology accessible to people with disabilities (pursuant to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act), and represented the United States many times in litigation in Federal courts.

He received his undergraduate degree in mathematics from Johns Hopkins University. He is also certified as a privacy professional with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Principals (CPACP) with the IAAP, and a Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform.

Date: Thursday, July 22
Time: 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT
Duration: 60 minutes

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