Preparing for “After” – Legal Strategies for the New Normal
In this webinar, we’ll look at some of the most important legal issues that entrepreneurs and investors should be paying attention to now as they plan for the next several months. It’s clear that social enterprises, on the whole, are faring better than their competitors in the current downturn because of better employment practices and more loyal customers. We’ll cover strategies that can help your business continue to prioritize the health and well-being of your employees and stakeholders as we move into the next phase of the pandemic.
Topics we’ll cover include various loan programs that are currently available, business interruption insurance, real estate and lease renegotiation strategies, contract issues and claims, and ongoing disaster relief philanthropy. We’ll also discuss reopening strategies, including compliance with government orders, social distancing and workplace safety issues, payroll, PPP forgiveness, continued accommodation of remote workers, and other re-staffing and employment matters.
Allen Bromberger is nationally recognized for his groundbreaking work on the development of non-profit and for-profit legal structures that support the simultaneous pursuit of financial and social goals. Through his 35 years of legal practice, as author of The Art of Social Enterprise, and as a frequent speaker about the intersection of business and philanthropy, Allen has been at the forefront of the fourth sector and social enterprise movements that have risen to prominence in recent years. Allen’s ambition is to build legal support for social benefit that will thrive for years to come.
Aligned with her values, Carly Leinheiser has spent the last decade practicing corporate and tax law with a particular focus on advising non-profit organizations and mission-driven businesses. Her advice is rooted in a deep understanding of the unique legal and business needs of organizations and companies that seek to maximize both social impact and financial returns. While practicing law can be adversarial, Carly encourages a culture of compassion and understanding whenever possible.