Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Legal Briefing Webinar Parts 1 & 2

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Click the videos above to view part 1 and 2 of the webinar series.

Attorneys from Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren’s Commercial and Competition Law, Labor and Employment Law, Litigation and Tax practices in cooperation with the Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce briefed the veteran-owned business community on a variety of commercial and employment issues caused by the coronavirus crisis and discussed steps small businesses can take to prepare for the future.

Topics for Part 1 of the series included:

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  • Examining Insurance Coverage for COVID-19 Losses
  • Commercial Contracting Challenges During a Pandemic
  • What Businesses Need to Know About the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
  • What the CARES Act Means for Employers

Topics for Part 2 of the series included:

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  • Payroll Tax Credits Available to Employers Under the FFCRA and CARES Act
  • Changes in Net Operating Loss Carry-back Rules and Other Tax Relief
  • Impact of COVID-19 on Commercial Leasing Disputes, Evictions and Foreclosures
  • Preparing for an Uncertain Future: Proactive Steps for Small Businesses to Take Regarding Commercial Contracts

These programs will be submitted to the Wisconsin Board of Bar Examiners for CLE accreditation. A certificate of attendance will be generated to those who request one for the purpose of self-reporting to the jurisdiction(s) of your choosing.

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