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A Better Partnership


Nov 2018
November 29, 2018
Webinar: Legal Trends and Challenges Facing Higher Educational Institutions

| Hosted By: Warner

Join us for a webinar on legal trends and challenges specific to higher educational institutions. Warner attorneys will be addressing hot topics such as Michigan’s minimum wage and new Earned Sick Time law, recreational cannabis, on-campus scooters, political activism on campus, AR/VR and cybersecurity. Learn what you should be doing now to prepare for these challenges as we share best practices from colleges and universities that are getting it right. 

After registration, you will receive an email confirmation with webinar details.
  Full Page Three Slides Per Page

Cost: Complimentary
Attorney Jason Byrne will moderate the webinar, with topics and presenters:

Michigan’s Minimum Wage and New Earned Sick Time Law, C. Ryan Grondzik
Recreational Cannabis Use – How This Law Could Impact Colleges and Universities, Kaitlin Sheets
Safety and Liability Concerns with On-Campus Scooters, Nina Lucido
Political Activism on College Campuses in Today’s Divisive Political Climate, Pamela Enslen
AR/VR Device Use on College Campuses, Brian Wassom
Cybersecurity Vendor Relationships and Protecting Your Institution from a Breach, Nathan Steed

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