Force Majeure: What and Why You Need to Know
The retail industry has been significantly impacted by COVID-19. Leaders in the retail industry are encouraged to join us for a presentation on force majeure provisions in commercial contracts such as sponsorship agreements, supply and transportation agreements and leases, including how and when to declare or react to a notice of force majeure. The presentation will also explore the related common law doctrines of frustration and impossibility, as well as UCC 2-615 (events that render a seller’s contractual performance impracticable), and how these concepts are being used in today’s environment.
Both retailers and product suppliers will benefit from this complimentary presentation and will walk away with a full understanding of the law, common applications, certain danger zones, and best practice tips for navigating the legal ramifications many will face as the industry continues to bounce back from the pandemic and events of civil unrest.
WEBINAR: The Race to 2024: Politics and Social Media in the Workplace and Employer Rights.
Over the last several years, employers have seen and continue to see increased political activities from their employees at work and on social media platforms, including on business-related social media platforms, like LinkedIn. Managing employee expression causes unique challenges for employers and HR professionals, and in a General Election year, these challenges are likely to increase as the Presidential race, and other races, heat up.
WEBINAR: Cybersecurity Resilience in Law Firms
This webinar focuses on law firms seeking useful information about robust cybersecurity strategies to protect their clients, maintain ethical and legal compliance, and fortify their digital infrastructure.
WEBINAR: Using Equity/Ownership Incentives to Retain Key Employees
This webinar will provide an overview of how to evaluate and implement strategies to retain your key employees and executives using equity based incentives.