While the future health impacts of the ongoing pandemic remain a “known unknown”, there is no doubt the future of our communities, states, and nation depends on the reopening of a thriving economy. For business owners and analysts, understanding the legal and policy ramifications of reopening will be essential.
That’s why we’re delighted to host three policy and legal experts next week to discuss the legal and Constitutional issues business owners should consider as they reopen. Click on the link below to see our panelists and register.
Title: “Is it safe to open yet? Business Liability and Constitutional Considerations in Reopening” Date/Time: Tuesday, June 30 @ Noon PT (All registrants will get a link to the recorded session.)
Dr. Michael Shires, Associate Professor, Pepperdine School of Public Policy
Barry McDonald, Straus Research Professor of Law, Pepperdine-Caruso School of Law
Moderator: Pete Peterson, Dean, Pepperdine School of Public Policy
From legal implications of the CARES Act to staffing issues, now is the time to hear from the best minds on these issues. Join us next Tuesday, or register to get a link to the recorded session within 24 hours.
Click on the button below to register for this FREE webinar.
Pete Peterson The Braun Family Dean’s Chair Pepperdine School of Public Policy Malibu, California 90263