Responding to Coronavirus Orders and Adapting My Business – Is This the NEW NORMAL? [DIAL-IN]
Norris McLaughlin, P.A., will host a virtual town hall featuring a panel of attorneys from across the firm’s multi-disciplinary practice answering questions from entrepreneurs, business owners, managers, and community leaders about coronavirus preparedness, transitioning business operations, and adapting to comply with Executive Orders to shut down non-essential businesses.
Our experienced attorney panel will address issues related to:
- The Families First Coronavirus Response Act and how it affects obligations to comply with state-issued Executive Orders regarding the closure of non-essential business and orders for residents to stay at home
- Implications for your commercial contracts as business is impacted by the outbreak
- Extensions for tax filing deadlines for personal and commercial tax returns
- How immigrant workers may be impacted by the shutdown and what your obligations are related to reporting
- How health care facilities and doctors’ offices are coping with the need to stay open and be accessible to patients, and how they are planning for the pending medical supply shortages that are only days away in some areas
- …and more!
If you are an entrepreneur or business owner with questions about any of the policy directives, executive orders, and legislation coming out related to coronavirus, you will want to join this virtual town hall to ensure you are getting the most current and up-to-date guidance and advice from a reliable and authoritative resource. Whatever legal questions you may have, our panel of attorneys – who cover nearly every legal discipline that impact today’s businesses – will have an answer.
We welcome you to submit your questions in advance of the town hall. Please submit those questions by 3:00 p.m. on Monday, March 30, by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org and put TOWN HALL QUESTION in the subject line.
When: Tuesday, March 31, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.