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Legal Issues Related to Re-Opening: a 4-part webinar series
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In this webinar series, issues around re-opening, immunity, workers compensation, risk management will be discussed.

 Export to Your Calendar 6/30/2020 to 7/28/2020
When: 11:00 AM
Where: Webinar Series
United States
Contact: Paula Ropelewski

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None of the webinars will be for individual sale.

June 30, 11am to 12pm: Hancock Daniel & Johnson
Statutory Immunity Protections
From a panel of Hancock Daniel & Johnson partners, participants in this program will get to review, as well as gain an understanding of statutory immunity protections in Virginia Code Sections 8.01-225.01 and 8.01-225.02, as well as immunity protections for volunteers pursuant to Governor Northam’s Executive Order 42.  They will also gain understanding and impact of Governor Northam’s Executive Order 60, along with potential liability claims, causes of action and litigation strategies, as well as the interplay between COVID-19 and what is or is not covered under Virginia workers’ compensation.  Also, participants will get to review and understand legislative request for budget language or a new statute on liability in the 2020 special session of the Virginia General Assembly.

July 7, 11am to 12pm: Johnson Kendall Johnson
surance and Risk Management Considerations from the P&C Insurance Market for LTC Providers
As to insurance coverage, risk management, and newfound exposures and how coverage will respond, etc., legal implications dealing with liabilities will be discussed including Cyber risks. Discussion of renewals and preparing for insurance renewals based on the legal implications.  

July 21, 11am to 12pm: Whiteford Taylor Preston
COVID-Related Lawsuits:  Identifying Risks and Preparing for Litigation
As communities reopen, they must prepare simultaneously for the very real prospect of COVID-related lawsuits.  Steps taken now can be helpful in managing and even mitigating potential exposure.  A panel of Partners from Whiteford, Taylor & Preston will address a range of key questions on these topics, including:

  • What claims are communities likely to see, and what steps can they take now to prepare?
  • What are the key insurance coverage issues?
  • Are there increased obligations as to employees as communities re-open?
  • What messages to residents and families are timely and appropriate? 

July 28, 11am to 12pm: McGuireWoods
Successful Office/Community Reopenings -
discusses how to be prepared to re-open communities to families and vendors while putting the safety and care of residents at the forefront.