Join us for a quick and candid conversation regarding the legal implications of COVID-19.
The facts are evolving by the minute, if not by the second. We will do a quick overview on some of the most timely and topical legal issues presented by COVID-19. Our attorneys will discuss up-to-the minute facts on COVID-19’s effect on the issues and industries below. We realize this is a wide array of subject matter but all of these issues have urgent implications. We plan to spend 10 minutes on each in the order listed below. Please listen in on all areas or feel free to drop off after your areas of interest have been discussed.
Friday March 13, 2020
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. EST
Best practices regarding safety, precautions and responsiveness for healthcare providers and institutions to mitigate exposure, including threats to long-term care facilities.
Presented by: Lauri Cooper and Sara Shanti
Labor & Employment
Best practices for employment policies relating to COVID-19, including remote work policies, leave requests, and the prevention of litigation involving these issues.
Presented by: Margo Wolf O’Donnell
Privacy and Cyber-Hygiene
As more people are working remotely (by choice or by force), we will discuss the creation of unique security risks and mitigation strategies. Additionally, we will cover the privacy and reporting requirements that employers, individuals and providers need to be aware to protect privacy as well as communities, including FERPA, HIPAA and state laws, like PIPA.
Presented by: Sara Shanti
Supply Chain Management, Transportation and Logistics
Production and transportation out of Asia was immediately challenged by the outbreak. Those supply chain interruptions are expected to continue for weeks to come. This discussion will cover immediate high level considerations for those impacted -- including domestic importers, carriers, and logistics providers.
Presented by: Jonathan Todd
Discussion of public company disclosures and the SEC’s announcement regarding filing extensions for companies that have been hit by COVID-19.
Presented by: Sarah Hesse
Public Health and Government Enforcement
Public health and liability considerations update from the front lines.
Presented by: Mark Silberman