Nonprofit Law Section | Navigating COVID-19: Negotiating Contracts, Volunteer/Employee Return to Work, and Alternative Financing Options CLE
Make plans now to join us for an upcoming CLE: Navigating COVID-19: Negotiating Contracts, Volunteer/Employee Return to Work and Alternative Financing Options. We’ll hold this event September 23, 2020 from 12 – 2 p.m. Two hours general CLE credit are pending.
– Crissy Wolfe, Partner at Krevolin & Horst, LLC
– Emily Schifter, Senior Associate at Troutman Pepper, LLP
– David Golden, Partner at Troutman Pepper, LLP
The Nonprofit Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia will be hosting a webinar, which will provide an overview on what your nonprofit needs to know to navigate this COVID-19 environment. The presentation will explore contractual provisions such as force majeure, and other contractual methods to protect your organization during the uncertainty of the COVID-19 environment. We will also address what actions should be taken to ensure your employees and/or volunteers safely return to the office. This will include a section on the Georgia Pandemic Business Safety Act, which limits liability for certain COVID-19 related tort claims against non-profits, healthcare and certain other organizations. Last, we will address potential issues that could arise when a nonprofit operates outside of its initial charitable purpose and what alternative financing options may be available to nonprofit organizations. This will be an invaluable program for nonprofit staff, lawyers representing tax-exempt organizations and advisors, and those new to the area.
Click here [ gabar.zoom.us ] to register. Please note, you must register prior to the meeting in order to receive the Zoom login credentials.
Sabrina Fitze, Chair
Nonprofit Law Section
State Bar of Georgia