CCVIP Book Signing Event: Structured Negotiation
Thursday, October 26, 2017, 6:00 to 8:00 PM

The Computer Center for Visually Impaired People at Baruch College and the
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Structured Negotiation, A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits

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A Conversation and Book Signing with author Lainey Feingold
Two Decades of Disability Rights Advocacy — Without Lawsuits Event description: 
Join author and disability rights lawyer Lainey Feingold for a story-filled evening of advocacy, digital accessibility, and civil rights. Come hear how Lainey and her blind clients have worked with some of the largest companies in the United States to improve access to websites, mobile apps and other technology. All without lawsuits.  Lainey’s book, Structured Negotiation, A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits, will be available for sale and signing.


Event details:
This is a FREE EVENT, but reservations are required.
To reserve your spot, call 646-312-1420, or RSVP here.

Complimentary snacks and refreshments will be available

Baruch College Bookstore 
55 Lexington Avenue, corner of East 25th St.,
New York, NY 10010
Access-A-Ride Users:
Enter at 152 East 26th Street, Between Lexington and 3rd Avenues

About the author:

Picture of author Lainey Feingold
Lainey Feingold is a disability civil rights lawyer and author. Lainey has worked with the blind community for more than two decades on the accessibility of print and digital information and other technology.  Using the collaborative process known as Structured Negotiation, Lainey has negotiated agreements on behalf of her blind clients with Walmart, Bank of America, Anthem, Inc., CVS, The City and County of San Francisco and dozens of others. Her book, Structured Negotiation, A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits, was published in 2016. The book provides a step by step guide to Structured Negotiation for advocates and lawyers looking for an effective strategy to resolve legal claims without lawsuits. Lainey Feingold is the individual recipient of the 2017 ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Lawyer as Problem Solver Award and has twice received a California Lawyer Attorney of the Year (CLAY) award (2000 and 2014). Please visit: or follow her on Twitter at @LFLegal.
Co-Sponsored by:
Accessibility New York City
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