NAMA has invited members to participate in a free webinar law firm Covington & Burling will host regarding coronavirus. The webinar will take place March 10, with two sessions available: from 11 a.m. to noon EDT and from 9 to 10 p.m. EDT.
An on-demand version of the briefing will be available here after March 10.
To register, click here.
A further breakdown of topics is as follows:
- Supply Chain: Implications for commercial and financial contracts (including force majeure clause); and SEC disclosure agreements.
- Employment: Employee communications; responsibilities to employees in various jurisdictions; compliance issues that may arise in connection with legal or regulatory obligations; and data privacy considerations.
- Insurance: Business interruption costs; supply chain disruptions; lost revenue or income; closure related costs; blocked access to a plant or facility; event cancellations; costs related to COVID-19 lawsuits (including defense costs and third-party liabilities); losses related to customers unable to purchase goods or services; and "Directors and Officers" claims.
- Policy Considerations: Global policy considerations; monitoring state/local regulatory reactions to the spread of the virus; national security implications at the federal level; and U.S. Government quarantine and other emergency authorities.
- Crisis Management: Public relations and communications considerations.
“NAMA is encouraging members to stay informed. Covington’s free webinars will take place on Tuesday, March 10th, and will provide keen insight and answers to front of mind questions related to their business operations,” said Mike Goscinski, NAMA’s Director of Legislative Affairs in a press release.
Covington & Burling LLP has also launched a coronavirus (COVID-19) resource page.