Andrew Kaplan, Michael F. McGahan, andJeffrey H. Ruzal, Members of the Firm, will co-present “CARES and Community Care: A What Now Webinar,” a webinar hosted by Theatre Communications Group (TCG).

Many theatres have applied for SBA loans from the Paycheck Protection Program in the CARES Act, but there is still a great deal of uncertainty on what happens now. This "what now" webinar will help attendees manage this crisis strategically, leading with care for colleagues and communities.

During this session, the speakers address many unanswered questions, including:

  • What other opportunities exist within the CARES Act and Families First Coronavirus Response Act?
  • What labor laws should you be tracking amid rapid shifts in the employer/employee landscape?
  • How do you care for your company and community during a time of furloughs and social distancing?
  • And how can those in the field prepare for - and influence - future federal relief efforts?

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