In this webcast, panelists discuss emerging trends and considerations for the corporate legal department.
As companies continue to manage their business activities and advise employees of changing conditions and related implications from COVID-19, corporate legal functions are encountering questions that urgently need to be answered. What is an employer’s obligation to employee health during a health crisis? What is an organization’s contractual obligations with suppliers as workforce and manufacturing hubs are disrupted by quarantines and other activities? How does an organization manage its entity governance and legalization processes remotely?
While the full impact and duration of current events are difficult to predict, economic pressures will likely accelerate efforts to reduce costs and drive enhanced efficiencies. Staying abreast of key legal implications due to business disruption is critical in helping companies assess and mitigate risks, so they are better equipped to make sound business decisions today and moving forward.
Join us for this webcast, where our team of legal advisory and legal operations professionals will discuss emerging trends and considerations for the corporate legal department, including:
- Labor and employment law considerations
- Contractual rights and obligations
- Legal entity governance
- Regulatory matters
- Operating model considerations
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