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Orrick Public Policy Podcast #14 – A Conversation with Louisiana Senator Sharon Hewitt

Sep 23, 2020

Navigating California’s New Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Law – Guidance on Key…

Sep 23, 2020

Orrick Public Policy Podcast #13 – A Conversation with Montana Attorney General Tim Fox

Sep 3, 2020

The Solution to Resuming Civil Trials in California During the Pandemic: Agree to Less Jurors

Sep 1, 2020

Denise Mingrone Advises Companies on Protecting Software IP Against Piracy

Aug 31, 2020

Orrick Public Policy Podcast #12 – A Conversation with Maine State Treasurer…

Aug 25, 2020

Investments in Germany under COVID 19 – Turning a Crisis into Opportunities

Aug 17, 2020

When Recovery Fails: State Intervention and Local Government Bankruptcy

Aug 12, 2020

Partner Annette Hurst Featured on Responding to the Covid-19 Crisis…

Aug 10, 2020

Health Providers Should Beware FCA Risks of COVID-19 Aid

Aug 7, 2020

Chinese and Russian Hackers Targeting COVID-19 Vaccine Research

Aug 4, 2020

Annual Distressed Round Table: Supreme Court Term Wrap-Up

Jul 30, 2020

Orrick Public Policy Podcast #11 – A Conversation with Missouri Senate Majority…

Jul 29, 2020

Regulators Offer Insights Into SEC, CFTC, and OSHA Whistleblower Program’s Trends…

Jul 27, 2020

CFPB Issues Interim Final Rule on Loss Mitigation Options for Homeowners…

Jul 10, 2020

Working Mother Article Guides Businesses on Creative Ways to Ensure Safe and…

Jun 30, 2020

Recent Main Street Lending Program Developments: What You Need to Know

Jun 26, 2020

Updated Guidance on Return to Work from OSHA and EEOC

Jun 23, 2020

Good News for PPP Loan Recipients: Deferrals for Employer Portion of Social…

Jun 17, 2020

COVID‐19 Investment Scams Become Focal Point of Securities Regulators

Jun 16, 2020

COVID-19 Premium Pay Legislation

Jun 12, 2020

EEOC Updates its Guidance on Important COVID-19 Return to Work Issues

Jun 12, 2020

Recent PPP Developments: New Legislation Passed Enhancing Borrower Benefits…

Jun 5, 2020

How To Avoid A Legal Mess When Disinfecting Workplaces

Jun 4, 2020

Back to the Office: CDC Releases Guidance for Employers in Office Buildings

Jun 1, 2020

OSHA Issues New Guidance on COVID-19 Recording Obligations

Jun 1, 2020

Recent PPP Developments: Loan Forgiveness and SBA Loan Review Interim Final…

May 27, 2020

The CDC Provides Guidance: Antibody Testing Cannot Be Used as a Return to Work Passport

May 26, 2020

Six Degrees of Separation: Temperature Testing as Employees Return to Work

May 20, 2020

“Human Rights By Design” Approach Can Guide Companies Developing Digital…

May 15, 2020

Orrick Lawyers Detail Privacy and Employment Law Considerations for the Return to Work…

May 13, 2020

Recent PPP Developments: Significant New Safe Harbor Guidance Under FAQ #46

May 13, 2020

SEC Urges Disclosure of COVID-19 Impact in the Municipal Market

May 13, 2020

Life Sciences Snapshot – A Quarterly Report on Financing Trends

May 11, 2020

Orrick Public Policy Podcast #4 – A Conversation with Illinois Representative…

May 8, 2020

Recent PPP Developments: Treasury Department Extends Deadline for Repayment…

May 6, 2020

SEC Staff Provides FAQs Related to COVID-19 Order

May 6, 2020

Orrick Public Policy Podcast #3 – A Conversation with New York Deputy Senate…

Apr 29, 2020

The Threat of False Advertising Claims During COVID-19 Crisis: Orrick IP Partners…

Apr 29, 2020

COVID-19 Disaster Relief Payments Under Section 139

Apr 27, 2020

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July 14: COVID-19 employment-related litigation is on the rise – are you prepared? Employers are confronting a rush of litigation raising novel theories and claims rarely if ever seen in employment matters. View our recent webinar in which our Employment Law team outlines key legal issues & themes, along with practical advice to help reduce the risk for your company.
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June 17: Even before the onset of COVID-19, higher education institutions had generally been facing increased litigation activity, regulatory scrutiny, employment issues, and financial pressure due to decreased enrollment, while taking on more complicated and sophisticated financial transactions. COVID-19 has exacerbated these problems and brought on new ones such as negatively impacting endowments and investments in a material way and the onset of class action lawsuits relating to tuition refunds and other matters. To that end, Orrick’s Higher Education Focus Group, has assembled a panel for a special Orrick and Bond Buyer hosted webinar to both provide some market intelligence and educate higher education institutions on some of our thinking on these problems.
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June 4: Dr. Rachel Gordon, Director, Curricular Innovation and Strategic Initiatives for the Office of Education at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center and a specialist in infectious diseases, shares her perspective from a recent rotation in a COVID-19 unit. Dr. Gordon gives insight on the latest testing methods and best practices for the workplace while our team addresses the related legal considerations for companies as they prepare to return to the workplace.
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May 21: This week’s webinar answers the myriad questions submitted by our in-house colleagues as you prepare for the reopening.
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May 20: A conversation between Orrick's Peter Fusco and Lisa Lupion and Data Future Lab's Craig Wilson covering flexible structures for work hours and paid time off, useful severance packages, and more best practices for founders making difficult decisions.
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May 14: This webinar focuses litigation and class action lawsuits during the C19 era. How do you litigate in an environment like this? What can and can’t be done over video conferencing platforms? What kind of claims are being filed? We also review California’s recent orders related to the reopening, which may forecast what is to come for the rest of the country.
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May 13: Fundraising in the current environment takes on a cautious and more nuanced dynamic for founders and investors alike. The New Normal: Term Sheets in a Recessionary Environment is a webinar that discusses what to expect from term sheets and fundraising in this economic climate, how quickly rounds might close, and how to best strategize a smooth fundraise in a recessionary environment.
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May 7: This week we discuss the interplay between federal and state law during the age of COVID-19. What is the state of federalism in the C19 era? And what does it signal about the roles of state legislatures in regulating commerce for the reopening and beyond?
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