On Friday, April 3 at 11am EST, THSH attorneys Valerie Ben-Or, Michele Itri, Jason Rimland, and Alexa Zelmanowicz discussed the government loan and grant programs, tax regulations and unemployment assistance intended to help small businesses in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.
On April 7th, bankruptcy attorney Michael Riela will discuss the key features of new Subchapter V, as well as the potential benefits and drawbacks to filing a Subchapter V case.
COVID-19: What Cash-Strapped Businesses Need to Know – Obtaining Funding and Debt Restructuring (Webinar) | NYSBA
On April 8th from 2:00-3:00pm EST, bankruptcy attorney Michael Riela will be speaking about what cash-strapped businesses need to know during the COVID-19 outbreak.
In this webinar, THSH's Jason Klimpl, Michael Riela, and Jason Rimland will discuss the government loan programs that are currently available to businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic including the Paycheck Protection Program loans under the newly-enacted CARES Act, low interest Economic Injury Disaster Loans from the Small Business Administration, and more.
Join James Rieger for a webcast on the significant pending Federal legislation focused on cannabis in 2020, and what the potential changes could be to the cannabis industry.
On April 30th, employment attorney Elizabeth Schlissel will be discussing what to look out for and consider when getting ready to change jobs.
Join us on May 6th for the first event addressing CMA Pricing: Cost Plus/GMP. At this program, Ken Block and Josh Levy, co-chairs of Tannenbaum Helpern’s Construction Law practice, and guest speaker Michael J. Gordon of The Walt Disney Company will cover the pricing components of Cost Plus and GMP CMAs, including trade costs, general conditions costs, CM fee and insurance.
*This event was rescheduled from March 17, 2020*
Test Your Legal Knowledge: How a Multistate Mishmash Affects Staffing Operations | Staffing Law Conference
Employment attorney Jason Klimpl will be discussing federal, state, and local employment laws, including background checks, paid sick leave, workplace harassment discrimination, and more at the May 2020 Staffing Law Conference.