Webinar: Emerging Issues Around Contracts, Insurance Policies and Employees Related to COVID-19
Thursday, March 26, 2020 (2:00 PM - 3:00 PM) (CDT)
Join us for a webinar to talk about emerging issues around contracts, insurance policies and employees. Dealing with COVID-19 is a dynamic undertaking and information is key to protecting your business. In our current environment, understanding some of the emerging issues will help business owners start to think through some of the potential implications of the COVID-19.
- Contract Issues: breaches, force majeure, contract performance
- Insurance Policies: claims, notice, policy granting provisions and exclusions
- Employment: sick pay under the newly signed legislation and teleworking concerns
Our presenter will be Mark Deaton, J.D., Shareholder, with Chamber Member, Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, PC.
Mark routinely represents clients in complex litigation involving commercial disputes and product liability in both state and federal courts. Mark’s litigation experience covers a broad group of industries, including transportation, oil and gas, brick-and-mortar retail, manufacturing and construction. He counsels owners, contractors and other stakeholders in contract and construction defect matters. Mark also has extensive experience representing a wide range of upstream and midstream oil and gas entities in commercial, title and personal injury disputes from both defense and plaintiff sides.
Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, PC is a Texas mid-size law firm with offices in Houston, Dallas, and Austin. Munsch Hardt prides itself on being a four-quadrants firm here to assist clients with commercial litigation, real estate, corporate, bankruptcy, environmental, transactional, oil & gas, and other concerns. Munsch Hardt is an inaugural member of the Greater Houston LGBT Chamber and a Silver Sponsor of the Houston HRC Gala.
The information presented in the webinar does not constitute legal advice on the part of the presenter or Greater Houston LGBT Chamber. Your participation in the webinar confirms your understanding and agreement. No attorney-client relationship is deemed or created and no privilege flows from this webinar. Participants are directed to their counsel of choice for legal advice regarding their specific interests.
A link with the webinar login information will be sent via email prior to the meeting.
The Chamber will be offering a series of webinars in the coming days and months to help our members deal with the impact of COVID-19. Please keep an eye out for more details.