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Apr 2021
April 22, 2021
Webinar: COVID-19 One Year Later: Supply Chain Disruptions

Webinar | Hosted By: Warner

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It’s officially “one year later” in dealing with the onslaught of COVID-19 and its devastating effects on people’s lives, the economy and the way we do business. Executive orders, law changes and stimulus packages have been implemented to minimize the pandemic’s destruction – however – we are not out of the woods just yet. That’s why Warner’s Supply Chain and Labor and Employment Practice Groups are presenting a two-part webinar series featuring timely insight into supply chain issues and labor and employment matters.

Join Warner partners Homayune Ghaussi and Laura You as they present a complimentary webinar focused on supply chain disruptions plaguing businesses today and legal strategies for them, including:

  • Force Majeure issues related to government orders and shutdowns;

  • Raw material and shipping disruptions;

  • Price change and other contractual demands; and

  • Ongoing COVID-adjacent issues.

Click here to register for the April 27, 2021, webinar: COVID-19 One Year Later: Employment Issues.

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