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Attorney Christine Green, Stanton Law
Topic: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Compliance
Ask yourself. Are you a small business owner according to the ADA? Do you operate a restaurant, retail store or any type of business where the public is invited in? Is your building older? Does it have a wheelchair ramp? Are you in a newer shopping center and think your business is ADA compliant? Are you in jeopardy of being reported for non-ADA compliance?
To get answers to these questions and more, join us for the August Business Booster Luncheon on Thursday, August 16, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Christine Green, an attorney with Atlanta-based Stanton Law, LLC, has counseled and represented many clients on matters concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act. Focused in labor and employment law and litigation, Christine specializes in ADA Public Accessibility issues. , particularly in representing clients facing public accessibility lawsuits, as well as consulting businesses on voluntary compliance with the ADA’s accessible design standards. Along with her legal experience, Christine can boast being a published author, having written for Alabama Law Review, The Crimson White Newspaper, Trucker’s News Magazine, Overdrive Magazine, and eTrucker.com.
Since 1950, United Community Bank has been dedicated to providing best in class service to its customers. Delivering exceptional customer service is the bedrock of their philosophy with a commitment to improving the lives of residents in the communities they serve. The company has 151 offices in the Southeast including three branch offices in Henry County. While they operate as a community bank, they have the resources to provide services and products comparable to that of much larger banks. Among their many awards, Forbes included United on their list of the top 100 Best Banks in America in 2018, the fifth consecutive year.