Accessibility of Websites (ADA Compliance)
Website accessibility for someone who suffers from an impairment or a disability has recently been in the news. A class action lawsuit was filed against entertainment icon Beyonce Knowles’ Parkwood Entertainment company, stating that her website, Beyonce.com, violates the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) because it is not accessible to those who are visually impaired. Digital marketing is constantly changing, and we pride ourselves on keeping ahead of the game and on top of the changing landscape of legal marketing. If you are interested in learning more about your website’s compliance, contact us today for more information.
Our newest venture takes your marketing campaign to the next level. We facilitate press conferences for our clients featuring their latest filings for groundbreaking cases. Our press conferences have been picked up by local and national media outlets including ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC. These events allow our clients to discuss their cases in detail and promote not only their services, but their expansive knowledge on the subjects at hand. Our goal is to give your firm significant facetime with the media that translates into future business for your firm.
It’s So Much Warmer in Miami!
We are thrilled to have been able to exhibit at the National Trial Lawyers Association (NTLA) Summit in Miami that was held January 20 – 23. Our team also attended the American Association of Justice (AAJ) Winter Convention as an exhibitor in Miami from February 2 – 5. We thoroughly enjoyed networking with legal professionals at both conferences and engaging in rousing discussions about hot topics in legal marketing today.