Graydon attorneys are providing guidance on a number of COVID-19 related topics. See the list below for recordings of previous Webinars and Podcasts.
- Julie Pugh and Lee Geiger talk “Coronavirus & Other Hot Legal Issues” (03/18/20)
- Lee Geiger in “COVID-19: Today’s Latest” (03/23/20)
- Lee Geiger in “Ask Our Experts: COVID-19 & HR Law” (03/31/20)
For a complete list of resources courtesy of our partners at Graydon, visit their resource page at https://graydon.law/covid-19/.
As public health authorities across the United States work to control the spread of COVID-19, the country is beginning an important conversation about responsible ways to restart the economy that requires planning and novel support. From barriers to reopening, to big questions about immunity and liability, to ways employers can incorporate innovative approaches to safety into the workplace, the U.S. Chamber Foundation’s program series Path Forward will foster dialogue on helping America prepare to restart the economy and get millions of people back to work. Featuring deep-dive conversations with a cross-sector of experts led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Suzanne Clark, Path Forward will air twice-weekly on Mondays and Thursdays at 3:00 p.m. EST to explore the complex issues that must be considered as part of a responsible reopening strategy.
April 13, 2020
Big Picture: Road Map to Reopening
April 16, 2020
Deep Dive: Testing
April 20, 2020
Childcare Barriers to Returning to Work
April 23, 2020
Masks, Temperature Scanners, and More
April 27, 2020
Big Picture: Lessons Learned To-Date from Businesses in Other Countries
April 30, 2020
Deep Dive: Role of the States & How They’ll Bring Non-Essential Workforce Back
Join Pam Beigh and Amy Connor for a 45 minute, interactive call where we’ll talk about finding the direction to move forward with sales and marketing during the COVID-19 outbreak. Hear about strategies that will help you navigate through uncertain times. Learn how you can deepen your current customer relationships.
Newly Formed Office of Small Business Relief From LT Governor
A new office has been developed within the Ohio Development Services Agency to better coordinate Ohio’s efforts to identify and provide support for Ohio’s nearly 950,000 small businesses. More information on all resources currently available to small businesses is available at coronavirus.ohio.gov/BusinessHelp.