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COVID-19 and Labor Law Implications

May 20, 2020 On Demand Webinar

Without question, the COVID-19 crisis has changed the American workplace, and many employers are left wondering how they can protect their employees and customers while continuing to meet the challenges of operating during a pandemic.

In the second installment of the “After COVID” Webinar Series, Jennifer Asbrock and Brice Smallwood will discuss the intersection of traditional labor law and COVID-19. This webinar will include a discussion of protected concerted activity during the pandemic, the potential labor consequences associated with obtaining a loan under the CARES Act and making necessary modifications to collective bargaining agreements during the pandemic and going forward.

We know you’re busy, so we’ve pre-recorded this webinar for you to view at your own pace. We look forward to you joining us.*

On Demand Webinar Registration

Upon submitting your registration, you’ll be taken to a page where you can access the link to view the webinar.

*Our coronavirus-related guidance was current at the time of publication, but the situation remains fluid and the long-term ramifications are still unknown. Nevertheless, we are committed to providing regular updates on the emerging legal issues, as well as any changes at the policy level that stand to impact ground-level operations for your business. 

Questions? To receive a link to the recorded webinar, please contact Erin Patrick at epatrick@fbtlaw.com.

Hosted By:

  • Jennifer R. Asbrock Profile Image
    Jennifer R. Asbrock

    Member

    Louisville, KY

  • Brice C. Smallwood Profile Image
    Brice C. Smallwood

    Senior Associate

    Cincinnati, OH

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