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A Medical and Legal Analysis of the Pandemic

A Virus that Spells Trouble in Any Language

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About

The coronavirus pandemic has shaken the foundation of societies around the world and is presenting unique medical and legal challenges.

This fast-paced, two-hour program explores many of those challenges and offers a wholistic view of the impact that the virus has had for both the medical and legal industries.

  • Medical Overview: what is COVID-19?
  • Legislation regarding the allocation of scarce medical resources
  • Laws that come into play when a health emergency is declared 
  • Anticipated litigation post-pandemic
  • COVID-19’s impact on employment law – Families First Coronavirus Response Act, Paycheck Protection Program
  • Transactional issues relevant to insurance, landlord-tenant and business contracts — force majeure, frustration of purpose 

The Agenda

  • A Medical Overview of COVID-19
  • The Legal Implications of a Declared Medical Emergency 
  • Civil Litigation Issues Involving COVID-19 
  • Contract Issues Involving COVID-19
  • Employment Law Issues Involving COVID-19

Recorded on May 22, 2020.

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Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Michael F. Barrett Esq. Barrett DeAngelo LLC
Francine Friedman Griesing Esq. Griesing Law LLC
Samuel D. Hodge Jr., Esq. Temple University
Judd E. Hollander MD Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Michael J. Torchia Esq. Semanoff Ormsby Greenberg & Torchia, LLC
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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