October 28 2020
A video archive for this event is available at this link: https://bit.ly/BusinessFocus2020
On October 28, 2020, Weintraub Tobin partnered with BFBA, Chase Bank, and CVF Capital Partners to present Business Focus 2020: Helping your Business Survive and Thrive Through COVID-19. The virtual and interactive event addressed the “new normal” business landscape brought about by the economic and social changes of the COVID-19 pandemic.
August 4 2020
On August 4, Weintraub Tobin lawyers Shauna Correia and Louis Gonzalez provided an overview of the most common types of lawsuits faced by builders and contractors – as well as possible new claims due to the COVID-19 health crisis – relating to employment, workplace safety, and construction contract disputes. This webinar was hosted by the North State Building Industry Association (BIA).
Please keep in mind that the COVID-19 pandemic is a fluid situation and information is constantly being updated.
June 17 2020
On June 17, 2020, employment attorneys Brendan Begley and Shauna Correia recorded this webinar discussing the different kinds of employment-related lawsuits that business owners may face as businesses reopen and employees return to work, including disability claims, wrongful termination claims, leave claims, and discrimination claims. They provided examples of personnel decisions that could increase the spread of each type of legal ailment, as well as prescriptions for best practices that employers may implement to inoculate themselves against such lawsuits.
June 3 2020
On June 3, 2020, Lizbeth (Beth) V. West was a panelist for the webinar Getting Back to Business: Building your Net to Minimize Risk, hosted by the Capital Region Family Business Center.
A panel of business leaders shared their insights and experiences in bringing employees, vendors, and the public back to business. They detailed the steps to create a safe work environment, the psychological hurdles,
May 8 2020
Attorneys Lukas Clary and Shauna Correia are presenting a webinar hosted by the California Restaurant Association to help restaurant owners prepare for reopening.
As restaurants look forward to how their businesses will operate with limited service or hours, they will need to evaluate staffing needs and determine essential employees, as well as understand rights and risk factors for reassigning employees’ duties, reducing employee hours or wages, bringing back furloughed employees,
May 6 2020
On May 6, Kay Brooks presented What You Need to Know About Estate Planning Now, hosted by the Capital Region Family Business Center. This webinar covered important aspects of estate planning in 2020, including considerations highlighted by the current pandemic.
The presentation addressed:
- Immediate steps you can take to benefit your family and enhance your estate plan
- The key documents you want to have in place to protect yourself and your loved ones
- New features that could improve your revocable living trust agreement
- How to coordinate your estate plan with your business succession plan
- Specific logistical challenges occurring now and how to address them
A recording of the webinar can be viewed on the Capital Region Family Business Center website.
May 6 2020
On May 6, 2020, Weintraub attorneys Charles Post and James Kachmar held a straightforward discussion of insurance coverage issues and potential insurance company responses to business interruption and other claims arising from COVID-19. This program discussed the peculiarities of common policy language and coverage issues; provided a preview of possible responses from insurance companies to such claims; and explained pending legislation and court cases regarding insurance issues due to COVID-19.
April 30 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the workplace landscape. While the anticipated re-opening of the economy is on the horizon, employers must be aware of a number of employment issues when employees begin to re-enter the workplace. This webinar addresses the most common questions employers are currently asking about what is and is not required, allowed, or recommended when bringing employees back to work. We will provide an overview of the following topics during this free webinar:
- Conflicting Shelter Orders –
April 9 2020
Weintraub attorneys Jim Clarke and Lukas Clary presented for the California Restaurant Association (CRA) webinar Small Business Provisions of CARES Act, discussing aspects of the Act most likely to provide immediate cash flow to small and medium-sized businesses, with a focus on the needs of restaurants. The webinar recording is available now.
April 6 2020
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers are facing extraordinary challenges. This webinar addresses the most common questions employers are currently asking, as they attempt to provide a safe and secure workplace, while maintaining compliance with California and federal law.