The State of Digital Accessibility in 2020
Each year brings new developments in technology and new challenges for accessibility. That means that more must be done to be inclusive so that everyone can benefit equally from the advances that make our lives more efficient, more fun and more interesting.
The digital advancements happening in 2020, just as those seen in recent years, will be influenced by the need for accessibility to be at the front of each development effort. We can thank the Americans With Disabilities Act and W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines for this.
We are bringing together a group of prominent general counsels in North America to discuss and learn about the following issues:
- How will digital accessibility evolve? What will the next version of the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines look like?
- What are companies in the US doing to become and/or remain compliant?
- What are the specific challenges general counsels face when driving change within their organizations?
CCO & GC at ClickSWITCH
CCO & GC at Hexagon
CCO & GC at Roostify
CLO & CCO at AIS HealthCare
CLO at SM
Chief Strategy Officer & GC at Centric Physicians
Head & VP of Legal at ThousandEyes
Head of Clinical Affairs at Ovation.io
Chief Compliance Counsel at Harvest Health & Recreation
Partner at Hunt & Huey
GC & Compliance Officer at GOWell International
Principal & AGC at KPMG
GC at Vesta Corporation
GC at Hyperloop Transportation Technologies
GC & Corporate Secretary at Convoy
GC at Navitus Health Solutions
GC at Astound Commerce
AGC at The Chenega Corporation
AGC at Pluralsight
Lead Counsel of Data, Analytics, E-Trading & AI at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Legal Counsel at International Finance Corporation
Counsel of IP & Innovation at Spotify
City Attorney at City of Greensboro
Compliance & Data Protection Officer at 54gene
2:50 pm: Guests to check-in online
3:00 pm: Welcome address by The Ortus Club
3:10 pm: Presentation on “The State of Digital Accessibility in 2020”
3:20 pm: Digital Accessibility Breakout Rooms
3:35 pm: Open discussion and Q&A
4:15 pm: End of session
Partner | Brown Goldstein & Levy
Eve Hill is one of America’s leading disability rights attorneys who previously served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General of the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. There she overtook the Division’s disability rights enforcement, educational civil rights enforcement, Title VI interagency coordination, the American Indian Working Group and more.
Her wide-ranging experiences previously landed her as the Senior Vice President of Burton Blatt Institute of Syracuse University. She was responsible for the Institute’s work on the Americans with Disabilities Act, disability civil rights and communication issues.