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Live Webcasts and Webinars, On-Demand CLE programs, and Publications designed to help you and your firm deal with the COVID-19
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Law firms are taking steps to address the many employment related issues
confronting employers during the COVID-19 outbreak. Planning for how your organization can continue to
operate and comply with workplace rights and responsibilities is crucial. (And don't miss the second on-demand video in
The first on-demand
video in this series reviewed the intersection of workplace planning with an overview of
employment, labor, discrimination and cyber security laws. In this follow-up, the panel will provide
responses to the most frequently asked and compelling questions from the first program. The panel will
also provide updates on recently passed legislation and evolving issues.
The COVID-19 pandemic is bringing an avalanche of unemployment
compensation claims. Are you prepared to help your clients and answer their questions? Unemployment
Compensation in Pennsylvania is a one-of-a-kind, easy-to-use reference for lawyers that
explores and explains the Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation statute.
COVID-19 has severely disrupted virtually every facet of the global supply
chain. As companies struggle to meet their contractual obligations, they are confronted with the dilemma
of invoking the contract's force majeure clause or the related doctrines of impracticability or
impossibility. Be prepared to advise your clients on the impact of Coronavirus to its rights and
A follow-up to PBI's popular Force Majeure and Coronavirus! The COVID-19 pandemic has shut down or severely
disrupted businesses across America. Commercial tenants are declaring force majeure at an unprecedented
level to be excused of their rent and other contractual obligations. Landlords have their own
obligations to meet. What are the parties' respective rights and obligations?
With the current concerns regarding the spread and impact of COVID-19,
many lawyers and law firms are moving to remote working environments. This on-demand video will address
data privacy and security challenges to provide guidance on the transition of rendering legal services
on a remote basis in the wake of COVID-19.
The business community involving manufacturing, distribution and
technology has been seriously and profoundly affected by this pandemic. This on-demand video examines
the effects of: Supply chain disruption; shipping and transportation problems; work force concerns;
reductions in quality & productivity; and much more.
As the virus and efforts to combat it both intensify, health care
providers are facing a barrage of practical issues - and a quickly evolving landscape. This on-demand
video will focus on issues for providers including telehealth, reimbursement and emergency actions
undertaken by the federal and state government.
As a lawyer, you pride yourself on your ability to help folks through
difficult times. However, when you are also experiencing major challenges, it gets harder to keep up the
long, enduring hours of helping others. Join Dr. Alexandra Milspaw, Ph.D., M.Ed. as she shares her best
tips for dealing with the changes in day-to-day life brought about by the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act places new obligations on most
employers with fewer than 500 employees to provide paid sick and family leave to their employees in
response to the COVID-19 emergency. Please join us to understand exactly who is covered, what is
required by employers, and what measures the federal government is taking to provide relief to
If PA employees become infected with COVID-19, become exposed without
being infected or develop psychological consequences from either situation, PA employers could face
wage-loss claims, medical claims, testing claims or claims for psychiatric services or disability under
the PA Workers' Comp Act. Are any or all of these claims actually compensable under the act?
The current pandemic has no match in recent history, and we as a society
do not have a playbook on how to handle this crisis. Unfortunately, we see many ethical breaches
erupting. As lawyers, however, we have a playbook, the Professional Rules of Conduct, and our adherence
to those standards is critical when there are tough choices to be made.
Every aspect of employment law is being affected by the outbreak of the
Coronavirus. Join a prominent employee- and employer-side attorney to examine how each employment law
will be impacted over the next several months. The issues for both the employers and employees will be
One of the biggest issues attorneys are facing in the current situation
are clients potentially looking for a way to circumvent their orders due to the Quarantine. Custody
Orders should continue to be followed, but the Quarantine presents potential challenges and, with court
closures, it’s important for litigants and attorneys to understand their options and stay current.
Get an overview of the FFCRA and its key provisions
as well as an overview of the CARES Act provisions relating to tax credits, unemployment benefits,
employment taxes and related employee benefits.
Now that the Families First Coronavirus Response Act's paid sick and
family leave provisions are effective, join us for a supplemental class to address implementation
steps and common questions. Issues addressed include the small(er) business exemption,
counting employees for determining whether the employer is covered by the law, intermittent leave, and
The abrupt move to distance learning has raised uncertainty about how
Title IX cases will proceed. In some instances, students were sent home from school while their Title IX
cases were ongoing, raising questions about how those cases would be resolved. And
issues of online harassment in the distance-learning environment are beginning to arise. Join us for an overview of the issues for attorneys involved in handling cases in this context.
At uncertain times like these, anxiety, stress, fear and negative thoughts
can easily take control. Brian Quinn, Esq., the education and outreach coordinator for Lawyers Concerned
for Lawyers of PA, will discuss the early warning signs of impairment, with special emphasis on anxiety,
stress and depression. More importantly, he will describe some of the ways to reduce or alleviate these
With businesses operating remotely and stay-at-home orders in place, law
firms need to establish connections with new and existing clients. Discover ways of engaging estate
planning clients in virtual meetings, how to execute documents virtually to establish a client
relationship, and ways to adapt your firm to handle increased demands for updating wills, powers of
attorney and health care directives.
The world has never seen a school shutdown on this scale. Federal and
state governments are guiding school districts to keep trying to push ahead with interim efforts to keep
students learning. This webinar examines the most pressing issues that educators and families are
challenged with during this unprecedented disruption of K-12 schooling.
Our faculty will guide you through the process of how to advise your
clients in the hospitality industry as they try to get back on their feet from the COVID-19 crisis.
Topics will include: general commercial issues facing hospitality clients; overview of legal principals
impacting concession negotiations; specific advice on categories of contracts; and penultimate leverage.
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered rapid expansion of telehealth
capabilities across the nation. The CARES Act, the Section 1135 Medicaid waivers, and now OCR and OIG
enforcement policies, coupled with state emergency legislation, has dramatically changed the regulatory
landscape. This on-demand video will help providers navigate the existing and new regulatory environment for
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