The European Accessibility Act

October 2022

5 Insights

5 Insights

The European Accessibility Act aims to improve the accessibility of specified products and services, particularly those online and relating to technology. While Member States were supposed to have adopted implementing legislation by 28 June 2022, many are lagging behind, putting the application date of 28 June 2025 in jeopardy. We take a look at the EAA and its impact on various sectors, including e-commerce and e-books, transposition in Germany, as well as at the UK framework for accessibility.

The European Accessibility Act – a slow start to a long journey

Jo Joyce looks at what businesses need to know abou the EAA.

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What is the UK’s approach to accessibility?

Eve Dunne looks at the UK framework of laws on accessibility.

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Impact of the European Accessibility Act on e-commerce

Evelyne Friedel looks at the advantages the EAA will bring to e-commerce, both for consumers and businesses.

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E-books and the impact of the European Accessibility Act

Megan Lukins looks at the requirements of the EAA to e-books and at compliance challenges.

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European Accessibility Act transposition in Germany – an overview

Nathalie Koch looks at German implementation of the EAA.

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