The Americans with Disabilities Act was passed in 1990 to ensure that, regardless of their capabilities, everyone — including meeting attendees — should be treated fairly and equally. But just what, under the act, is specifically required of planners? And what can planners do beyond the requirements to make sure every attendee enjoys the meeting to the fullest? Technology Meetings recently spoke with three experts — Jed Mandel, a partner in the law firm Neal, Gerber, and Eisenberg, Chicago; ...

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