The Banking Law Journal

The Banking Law Journal published a Chapman-authored article. The article outlines the reasons website disability access should be addressed by banks—not only as good business practice, but to mitigate litigation risk, reputational damage, regulatory enforcement action and the potential new Department of Justice regulations expanding the coverage of the Americans with Disabilities Act to websites. This article is reprinted with permission.

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