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Earn 3 Hours of Continuing Education Credits for CASp Certification Renewal (to be self-reported),.
 International Code Council (ICC) (to be self-reported), and AIA LU/HSW.

Title II Programs & Services after the Kirola case – ADA & CBC

SEMINAR | 11:00am-2:30pm

Guy Wallace will discuss what defines standing in Title II cases and what is required for the plaintiff to have standing. Learn what architectural accessibility standards apply in a given situation, the importance of understanding the categories inherent in the architectural guideline, the difference between facility accessibility and program accessibility, and how to measure ramp slopes after Kirola.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Learn about regulatory and legal updates to Title II programs and services
  • Understand which regulations and standards apply to site features and elements
  • Understand court interpretations of federal accessibility regulations, standards, and guidelines
  • Understand how to evaluate facilities with a mix of Title II & Title III obligations.


Speaker: Guy B. WallaceGuy Wallace is a graduate of the Harvard Law School and Harvard College. He began his career in public interest law and was the recipient of a Skadden Arps Fellowship. He has extensive experience in class action and impacts litigation on behalf of persons with disabilities and other protected classes. He is a frequent lecturer on disability law issues and he has authored various publications on the topic. He was named as a Super Lawyer by San Francisco Super Lawyers Magazine from 2009 to the present. Mr. Wallace practices exclusively in the areas of civil rights and consumer rights. He is a recognized specialist in class action litigation. His expertise includes disability rights, disability access, employment, and other consumer class action cases. He has been a wheelchair user since the age of 16 as the result of a spinal injury.


GENERAL MEMBER MEETING | 2:30pm—3:30pm | CE not available
S to hear an update on the progress of CASI initiatives for 2018-2019, along with traditional code discussions and state of the industry reviews.


SoCal 2019 Spring Seminar | Friday, May 10, 2019

Location
Cerritos College - SCCTT
Automotive Partners Building 
Classroom 12A & 12 B
11110 Alondra Blvd.,
Norwalk, CA 90650
Click here for directions.
Click here for the parking map.

  ONLINE REGISTRATION COST
Ends WEDNESDAY, MAY 7
LATE/WALK-INS COST
Starts THURSDAY, MAY 8
Members $50.00 $75.00
Non-Members $125.00 $150.00

Schedule: 11:00 am - 2:30 pm ** All registrations will be checked for membership.

Check-In                    | 10:00 am 
Seminar-Part 1          | 11:00 am (1.5 hrs)
Break/Lunch              | 12:30 pm (30 mins)

Seminar-Part 2         | 1:00 pm (1.5 hrs)
General Member Mtg. | 2:30 pm 


IMPORTANT NOTICE:

  • Cancellations must be received by Monday, April 29 for a full refund
  • Refunds will not be issued for cancellations after April 29
  • 50% of the total event fee will be charged to individuals who no-show to the seminar.
When
May 10th, 2019 11:00 AM   through   2:30 PM
Location
11110 Alondra Blvd.,
Norwalk, CA 90650-6203
United States
Contact
Phone: 866-888-9188
Email:
Event Fee(s)
Late/Walk-In Registration
Member $ 75.00
Non-Member $ 150.00

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