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93 minutes
The ADA and Website Accessibility Post-Domino’s: Detangling Employers’ and Business Owners’ Web and Mobile Accessibility Obligations
Join our expert panelists as they discuss The ADA website accessibility legal framework. Overview of the circuit split re. ADA website accessibility caselaw, and issues in ADA website accessibility

American Bar Association

$115

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90 minutes
Practicing Law While Living Openly with a Disability
How do attorneys make rain while living openly with disabilities, and what challenges do they face while doing so? Join our panel as they discuss these topics, among others.

American Bar Association

$115

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91 minutes
Maximizing Social Security Benefits for You and Your Clients (Demystifying the Black Box of Social Security Retirement Benefits)
When a client asks you (or, when you ask yourself), "when should I take my Social Security retirement benefit?" will you know how to answer that question? This session will help you learn how to respond to that question. There is no "one size fits all." However, you will learn how to approach the subject and guide your client to an answer that will meet the client's goals.

American Bar Association

$115

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71 minutes
The HAVEN Act: Understanding the Intricacies of the Act and Its Application to Military and Nonmilitary Clients
This panel of experts will discuss the events leading up to the HAVEN Act’s passage, the new exemption from Current Monthly Income created by the Act, suggestions on how to talk with your clients about military or VA benefits and documents, and how the Act applies to your pending cases.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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59 minutes
The Internet and ADA Compliance
Are Internet sites subject to the ADA at all? The answer is most likely, but it all depends. Panelists will discuss the case law in the area and how ADA compliance is a bit like functioning in the Wild West. The rules also differ depending upon whether an employee is involved.

American Bar Association

$75

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92 minutes
Social Security Disability Law 101: Understanding the Practice and Process for Hearings
Learn the underlying law and practice involved in understanding, advising, and representing claimants in a Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Hearing.

American Bar Association

$115

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62 minutes
Ethical Considerations and Best Practices When Representing Low Income and Vulnerable Individuals: Clients with Diminished Capacity
Providing civil legal services to low-income and vulnerable clients presents unique practical issues as well as ethical considerations for lawyers. Join our seasoned panel: Marianne J. Conrad, Indiana Legal Services, Inc., and Jenny K. Mittelman, State Bar of Georgia as they discuss these issues with moderator Ellyn Rosen of the ABA Center for Professional Responsibility.

American Bar Association

$75

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61 minutes
A Lawyer's Guide to Working with Special Needs Clients
The rules and policies of the many public assistance programs for your special-needs clients are daunting, and these clients often profess confusion and despair at their inability to successfully navigate these bureaucracies. The attorney who can bring accurate information and a knowledge of the available financial and health care resources, and how to obtain them, into the planning process will quickly be viewed as a trusted advisor for those persons with special needs and their families.

American Bar Association

$75

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92 minutes
Employee Well-Being: What Can and Can't Employers Ask?
Do you know when and how much medical information employers may ask of their employees? Or how much medical information employees need to disclose to their employers? Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) strictly limits the circumstances under which employers can ask employees for medical information or require them to take medical examinations. Get all the answers for your clients as well as your practice!

American Bar Association

$115

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