February 8, 2022

Compliance Coffee Break: Time For a Website Check-up - A Primer on ADA and UDAAP Website Compliance

Presenters: Erica Kramer and Andrea Cottrell
February 8 from 2-2:30 pm ET

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Both the Americans with Disabilities Act and federal standards for unfair, deceptive or abusive acts or practices affect how companies advertise to consumers. This Compliance Coffee Break summarizes the requirements for ADA compliance and discusses the most common UDAAP concerns impacting your website.

Hudson Cook is pleased to host a client educational series: Compliance Coffee Breaks. These 30-minute "mini-webinars" feature Hudson Cook attorneys presenting on a variety of compliance topics, including auto finance, debt collection practices, mortgage and housing, credit reporting, and more. You may submit your questions ahead of time via the registration link or submit them via the chat box during the presentation.

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