Coronavirus Event Center: Foley Webinars on the Implications of the COVID-19 Outbreak

21 May 2020 Coronavirus Resource Center Blog

Foley offers a library of webinar re-plays and upcoming webinars to help you navigate the business and legal challenges associated with the coronavirus outbreak.

Below is a collection of webinars which Foley lawyers have hosted on the topic.

28 May 2020 - Executive Briefing: Hospitality Industry Transactions - What’s Next?

Please join us on Thursday, May 28 at 2:00 p.m. Central / 3:00 p.m. Eastern as Matt Jassak, Cliff Risman, Dan Bachrach and special guest Daniel Lesser from LW Hospitality Advisors LLC will be host a roundtable discussion for hospitality industry clients. Titled, “Hospitality Industry Transactions - What’s Next?,” the panel will discuss the various ways in which the hospitality industry will handle forms of transactions in the near future. 

13 May 2020 -  Executive Briefing: Hospitality Industry Financial Planning for the New Normal

As a hospitality industry executive, you know this better than anyone: The industry is in uncharted waters. What financial and operational moves should you make right now? What new risks will arise as shutdowns are lifted? How can you protect yourself and your business in the short and long term?

05 May 2020 - Coming Out of the Dark

While cities and states contemplate lifting mandatory shutdown orders, employers are preparing for how and when to bring their employees back into the workplace. Return to work protocols will vary, and will require employers to face unique challenges based on their industry and/or geography.

28 April 2020 - COVID-19 Provider Relief Funding - Use of Funds, Attestations, and Risk Analysis

In the face of COVID-19, every day brings new information to the ever-changing frontier of the Health Care Industry. For this brief webinar, we covered the requirements for health care providers that have received federal grants from HHS through the Provider Relief Fund, including how the money can be expended, requirements for reporting, tax consequences, and interaction with other sources of funding.

13 April 2020 - Surviving the Shutdown – What Every Distributor, Dealer, and Franchisee Needs to Know

Like so many other events that were scheduled for this spring, the first session of Foley’s 29th Annual Law of Product Distribution & Franchise Seminar has been postponed. In the meantime, we will be offering a webinar series to help distribution and franchise systems first survive and then recover from the pandemic. This is the first in that series.

06 April 2020 - Impacts of COVID-19 on the Renewable Energy Industry - Recent Legislation and Effects on the Supply Chain and Construction

Our panel of Foley attorneys discussed the current state of supply chain disruptions, restrictions on construction and development of renewable energy power projects, and recent and pending legislation relevant to COVID-19 impacts.

02 April 2020 - Coronavirus: 10 Issues Non-Profit Organizations Should Be Considering

On Thursday, April 2, 2020 Foley & Lardner attorneys hosted a live webinar discussing the top ten issues that non-profit organizations should be considering during the COVID-19 outbreak and answered questions following the presentation.#

26 March 2020 - Responding to COVID-19 – Rapid Development and Launch Strategies for Diagnostics, Vaccines, and Therapeutics in a Global Pandemic

In an emergency public health situation such as we find ourselves in now, for example, how does a company get its diagnostic, vaccine, therapeutic, or other related medical care product developed, approved, and launched into the marketplace quickly? 

24 March 2020 - Managing the Commercial Impact of the Coronavirus with Live Q&A

Foley & Lardner’s Coronavirus Task Force held a webinar covering the key legal and business considerations in-house counsel and business leaders are facing from the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and practical solutions to prepare for the future.


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