COVID-19 Essential Business Determinations and a Primer on the CARES Act Affecting Manufacturers
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COVID-19 Essential Business Determinations and a Primer on the CARES Act Affecting Manufacturers

When: Wednesday, April 22, 2020
10:00 a.m. ET
Where: Live Webinar
United States
Presenter: Thompson Hine LLP
Contact: Martha Mittelstaedt

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A Critical Business Webinar in Difficult Times!

COVID-19 Essential Business Determinations and a Primer on the CARES Act Affecting Manufacturers
with Tom Zych, Jennifer Maffett-Nickelman, Leah Singleton - Thompson Hine LLP

April 22, 2020 – 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. ET (plus Q&A)


This webinar will address the essential business determinations that are imposed by various Stay-at-Home Orders adopted by state Governors and Health Departments as well as various aspects of the CARES Act, including the Small Business Loan Program and Retirement and Health & Welfare Aspects of the Act. Time should permit Q&A.

**NOTE: this webinar IS part of the ASC Training Academy and, as such, may be included with a subscription program. Subscription PromoCodes apply. All pricing is located on the costs tab below.

  • Essential business issues - Tom Zych
  • CARES Act – general overview and SBA issues - Jennifer Maffett-Nickelman
  • Retirement and H&W Plan provisions under the CARES Act - Leah Singleton

Who Should Attend
This webinar is ideal for managers of all levels of a business, specifically HR & business leaders.

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Thomas Zych, Partner; Chair, Emerging Technologies Practice – Thompson Hine LLP
Tom heads Thompson Hine's Privacy & Cybersecurity team and chairs the firm's Emerging Technologies Practice. Tom has over 30 years of experience in a wide range of data protection, intellectual property, consumer protection, social media, competition and antitrust matters. Tom represents a full range of business enterprises in their privacy and data security operations. His technology practice focuses on providing strategic counseling to both mature and early stage technology ventures, including click and mortar enterprises, biotechnology and bioinformatics ventures, and established businesses adopting electronic and technologically advanced means of competition.

Tom also has considerable experience in trade secret litigation and counseling; patent, trademark and copyright litigation; intellectual property transactions including joint ventures, development agreements and licensing transactions; corporate internal investigations; merger and acquisition counseling; antitrust criminal investigations; antitrust civil litigation; and social media marketing and advertising, promotional content, consumer testimonials, compliance with FTC standards, promotion of experimental therapies in light of advertising and privacy laws, social media service agreements and moderating employee activity on social media sites.

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