In our inaugural episode, Troutman Pepper Consumer Financial Services Partner Chris Willis welcomes fellow CFS Partner Lori Sommerfield in a discussion on the U.S. Department of Justice’s recent guidance on website accessibility for state and local governments and for public accommodations under Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act. A seasoned consumer financial services attorney, Lori brings more than two decades of experience in federal government, in-house, and private practice settings. She has deep expertise in fair lending and responsible banking regulatory compliance, and she counsels clients in supervisory issues, examinations, investigations, and enforcement actions. Lori is also highly experienced in advising clients on compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act regarding accessibility of physical spaces and digital platforms.
Transcript: DOJ’s Recent Guidance on Website Accessibility and the ADA — What Does It Tell Us? (PDF)