Webinar: What to Expect for Your Construction Business Post-COVID Lockdown
|CEA Member||$ 0.00|
|Non CEA Member||$ 20.00|
As construction companies start to reopen and projects hit their stride this summer, they are facing a new normal and new range of risks. Dan Messeloff, Seth Wamelink and Frederick Cruz from Tucker Ellis will share their expertise on moving forward with all of this will come a range of potential COVID-19-related claims and lawsuits, including:
- Employment-related issues, such as: the implementation and enforcement of policies for employees to return to work amid developing safety and health guidelines; the most common types of employment claims to anticipate and avoid; how to prepare for and respond to a “second wave” of illnesses and shutdowns; how to handle forgivable government loans and employee layoffs; and what the OFCC is anticipating for the rest of the year
- Impacts on general business operations (such as rent payments for office space, storage yards, etc., and force majeure implications now and in future contracts)
- Liability (employer liability for COVID exposure claims, construction claims impacted by COVID shutdowns, state legislation being contemplated)
- Payment issues (ensuring timely payments, strategies for obtaining payments, protecting your rights and interests when payment is delayed)
This webinar will provide helpful, practical advice for how companies can navigate these unprecedented times to continue their operations as safely as possible.
The link to the webinar will be sent to registered participants the morning of the webinar.