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Webinar on Disability Access Lawsuits
Thursday, May 10, 9 am to 10 am Pacific

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The number of lawsuits filed under Title III of the ADA and state non-discrimination laws, alleging that Financial Institution websites are not accessible to users with disabilities, continue to increase. In this webinar, our presenter Ms. Jennifer Winston, who has advised clients on ADA compliance matters, will discuss what financial institutions should be doing now about their websites.

The last 10 minutes of the webinar will focus on how Payjo’ AI Banking Assistants are making meaningful, differently-abled friendly banking possible. Click here to view more information on Payjo Intelligent Accessibility Assistant.

Areas covered in the webinar:

In this webinar, we will cover

  • what an accessible website requires,
  • the legal bases and theories driving the increase in these lawsuits,
  • the current litigation and regulatory landscape
  • strategies for responding to a website accessibility lawsuit, and
  • a short demo on Payjo’ ADA compliant Personal Banking Assistant

Who should attend?

The following titles from Banks, Financial Services and Credit Unions will benefit from this webinar:

  • C-level (CIO, CTO, CMO, CEO, CFO, COO, Chief Digital Officer, Chief Innovation Officer)
  • Board members
  • Director and above titles from Marketing, Finance & Operations.

Professionals in the following job functions will benefit too:

Marketing, Digital, Brand, Strategy, Growth, Innovation, Product, Social Media, Public Relations, Communications, Events, Web Content, Web Strategy, and Customer service.


Jennifer L. Winston is an associate with the law firm Messick Lauer & Smith P.C. Jennifer represents credit unions and credit union service organizations primarily in consumer law regulation and compliance matters.

Jennifer’s practice focuses on fair credit reporting, debt collection, electronic funds and payments compliance, and consumer privacy. She also monitors CFPB developments for her clients and regularly gives presentations on navigating the CFPB regulatory landscape. Jennifer assists credit unions and CUSOs in the development of corporate polices, including repossession, debt collection, information security, and member privacy policies.

Jennifer is a graduate of the University of South Florida where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2003. She attended The Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law, in Carlisle, Pennsylvania receiving a Juris Doctorate in 2009. During law school, Jennifer was a legal extern for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Regulatory Counsel and participated in the Moot Court Trial Board. Following graduation, Jennifer clerked for the Honorable Charles T. Jones, Jr., Court of Common Pleas, Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Jennifer is admitted to practice both in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Srinivas Njay is Co-founder and CEO of Payjo, Inc. He comes from the core AI group of Microsoft. With Payjo, he is working towards “Democratizing Access to Assisted Banking”. Payjo’s platform is designed to provide intelligent automated assistant to prospects, customers and employees of the bank throughout of the life-cycle both reactively and proactively.

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About Payjo

Payjo, Inc. is a San Mateo-based leading AI Banking Platform founded in 2015. The founding team comes from some of the core AI groups of Microsoft and Stanford with over 25 years of experience in financial software generating close to $50 Million in revenue and $2 Billion in transactions.

Payjo is proud to be powering some of the largest and most innovative banks across the world. Currently the platform already processes millions of conversations everyday with the total capacity across all the deployments adding up to 15,000 conversations per second or 1.2 Billion per day – close to 30% of Google’s worldwide traffic, making Payjo one of the leading players in the industry by far.