CommLaw Attorney Profiled by Alma Mater on Eve of the Americans with Disabilities Act’s 30th Anniversary

On the eve of the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), Marashlian & Donahue, PLLC, The CommLaw Group is pleased to share the recent Alumni Profile of one of its associate attorneys, Michal Nowicki.  Michal is a 2018 graduate of the University of Illinois College of Law and has been practicing law at our firm since early 2019.   

Michal is living testament to the ADA’s impact on driving advancements (through technology and otherwise) and creating opportunities that have enhanced the lives of all Americans with disabilities. We’d like to honor Michal and recognize his unique drive, passion for the law, and perseverance to excel at our craft by sharing his Alumni Profile. We invite you to take a moment to get to know Michal and the unique path he traveled on his way to a career practicing law.

Michal Nowicki – Alumni Profile

 

And stay tuned for the upcoming announcement of an October 1, 2020 webinar event co-hosted by The CommLaw Group and Cloud Communications Alliance.  Michal will be leading an “All-Star” panel of experts to educate webinar participants about the: (1) ADA and Communications and Video Accessibility Act (“CVAA”), (2) impact these laws and implementing regulations have had on disabled consumers of telecommunications, Internet & other technologies, and (3) untapped business opportunities that exist:    

Tapping Into Business Opportunities Through the Adoption and Promotion of Disabled Consumer Accessibility Solutions: 

Learn what U.S. laws & regulations require and how your company can turn compliance into business opportunity

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