Coronavirus: What Businesses Should Do To Prepare (2020)
The New York State Bar Association is offering its assistance to attorneys, policymakers and health authorities as the state prepares to deal with its first cases of COVID-19, more commonly known as the novel coronavirus. The threat of the virus has put everyone on alert as governments, regulatory agencies, and health professionals provide guidance and possible restrictions to prevent the spread of the virus. Firms are encouraged to revisit their business disaster recovery planning in response to a pandemic.
In this program, the speakers will discuss the key business operational risks as well as action steps firms should take to prepare for and minimize any business disruption due to COVID-19. Although no action plan can guarantee the full and immediate resumption of business operations given the unknown impact of COVID-19, creating a sound framework as well as implementing strong processes and controls can help prepare your firm and its employees to handle and manage against a significant disruption to business operations.
Speakers will address six major topics:
C – CDC Business Guidances
O – Office Policies
R – Remote Work
O– Office Legal Obligations; Hygiene
N – Non-essential Travel
A – Activities – Customers, Visitors, and Internal Meetings
- March 16, 2020
- Online On-Demand