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Thursday, March 12, 2015

ADA Legal Webinar March 18: "What the ADA Is and Isn't: Where The Accessible Sidewalk Ends"

The Great Lakes ADA Center in collaboration with the Southwest ADA Center and the ADA National Network invite you to participate in the upcoming ADA Legal Webinar Series Session titled "What the ADA Is and Isn't: Where The Accessible Sidewalk Ends"

Date:  March 18, 2015

Time:  2-3:30 pm ET

Description:  This webinar will provide a discussion and update on thresholds and boundaries of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Presenter J. Aaron McCullough will give an overview of limits; who and what is covered under the ADA, and what thresholds or boundaries exist along with updated case information on issues including:
  • Transitory and Minor Impairments
  • ADA Specific Exclusions
  • Employee Count Thresholds and Title II Entities
  • If and how ADA applies to American Indian Tribes & Reservations under Titles I, II and III
  • The ADA and Private Clubs
  • The ADA and Churches, Clergy & the Ministerial Exception
  • ADA borders, Cruise Ships and International Air Carriers

Registration:  This session is offered free of charge. Go to: https://adagreat.powweb.com/Webinar/ADALegal/Schedule/  (You will be required to set up an account on this site if you don't already have one)  and login or set up a new account in order to register.

Real-time captioning will be provided via the webinar platform (Blackboard Collaborate Web Conferencing).  A telephone option for Audio (non-toll free) is available or audio can be delivered via the webinar platform. 

Questions should be directed to 877-232-1990 (V/TTY) or by email to webinars@adaconferences.org

# as shared by the Great Lakes ADA Center

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