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LeClair Ryan , P.C.

919 E. Main Street, Twenty-Fourth Floor

Richmond, Virginia 23219

United States

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As a trusted advisor, LeClairRyan provides business counsel and client representation in corporate law and litigation. In this role, the firm applies its knowledge, insight and skill to help clients achieve their business objectives while managing and min ... more

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Kaufman & Canoles P.C

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New ADA law to require changes to your website | Customer Experience Insight

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And it's expected they'll look something similar to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 created by the World Wide Web Consortium, according to Brian G. Muse, a law partner with LeClairRyan in Williamsburg, Va., who specializes in ADA law.

In addition, Muse expects the DOJ to utilize portions of existing ADA guidelines government websites must follow.
Both sets of guidelines are a window into what the expanded ADA rules will likely require.
Using those guidelines, Muse has compiled this list of modifications companies should start prepping to make to their sites in anticipation of the expanded rules:


Access to websites for people with disabilities: A new civil rights frontier

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"Websites are the new frontier," said Brian G. Muse, a law partner with LeClairRyan in Williamsburg, Va., who specializes in defending ADA lawsuits.

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Muse, the Virginia lawyer, said new guidelines expected from the Justice Department as early as this year will likely answer questions and help resolve the few and conflicting court decisions thus far.


Upcoming Webinar on "Alternative Dispute Resolution" : Virginia Community Association Law Blog

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Brian Muse, a member of LeClairRyan's Community Association Industry Team, will be co-hosting the free webinar entitled "Making Alternative Dispute Resolution Work For You: Successfully Mediating Employment Disputes. Although the firm's attorneys will be discussing ADR in the context of employment law, many of the principles of ADR that they will discuss are highly applicable to community association disputes, and therefore the webinar will be helpful to board members, developers, property managers, and other interested parties.

We encourage you to plan on joining Brian on June 24th from noon to 1 P.M. EST as he explains the pro's and con's of utilizing mediation as a means to settle disputes, and provides practical tips on how to prepare for and effectively participate in mediations so as to increase the likelihood of a positive result.


Avoiding the Perils and Pitfalls of the Fair Credit Reporting Act : Virginia Community Association Law Blog

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On Thursday, February 16, 2012, LeClairRyan employment law attorney and Community Association Team member Brian Muse will present a one-hour webinar on the Fair Credit Report Act.


HOAs and Pool Lifts: Compliance Deadline Extended : Virginia Community Association Law Blog

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LeClairRyanCommunity Association Team member Brian Muse recently blogged about the time extension under the ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) for compliance with pool lift requirements, something that every HOA with a pool should be aware of. Check out Brian's post over at his new blog ADA Musings. While you're there, you'll find that his blog contains many other helpful articles that HOA community managers, board members, and developers should be aware of.

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