Webinar: Serving our Tribal Nations: Employment Law Issues
Date: June 3, 2020
Description: Originally scheduled for the in-person Indian Law Conference, this webinar will bring facets of the coveted conference to your personal device. Federal laws affecting employment are well-established yet can be often silent when it comes to its application for Indian tribes. Tribes have also been enacting employment related laws to help their economy and protect their workforce. Examined from both
Webinar: Visa Issuance and Expedite Requests for Foreign Medical Professionals During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Date: June 3, 2020
Description: Join the Immigration Law Section's Younger Lawyers Division for their webinar series geared toward the younger attorney. Through this webinar series, the intention is to enable attendees to receive mentoring from seasoned immigration attorneys in specific areas of immigration law. Panelists Jan Pederson and Chris Richardson will discuss visa issuance to approved J-1 doctors and also opportunities
Webinar: COVID Coverage: A Counsel’s Guide to Successful Insurance Claims and Recovery
Date: June 12, 2020
Description: In this most uncertain of times, an emerging a new wave of disputes over business insurance coverage for claims arising from the COVID-19 pandemic has important consequences for businesses and their counsel.
Webinar: Senior Lawyers: OK Boomers!
Date: June 17, 2020
Description: This webinar will address issues of particular importance to Senior Lawyers, defined for this purpose as those over the age of 55.
Webinar: Labor and Employment Issues in the Healthcare Industry: The Impact of COVID-19
Date: June 26, 2020
Description: This practical and informative webinar will provide a useful overview of key employment issues in the health care industry and include a discussion of wage and hour laws and current labor laws in light of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Webinar: Lessons from John Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath: Copyright Terminations Under Section 203 and 304 of the Copyright Act
Date: July 1, 2020
Description: In 1976 and 1998 Congress extended the terms of copyright. Congress intended for authors to receive the full economic benefit of the extended copyright terms by granting authors and their heirs inalienable rights to recapture copyrights. These recaptured copyrights, vesting free of all prior grants, could then be re-licensed on economic terms favorable to authors.