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Reopening - and Staying Open - During the Pandemic: Creating a COVID Safety Plan

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Produced on August 14, 2020

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Course Information

Time 1h 3m
Difficulty Intermediate

Course Description

This program will review the evolving landscape of reopening and return-to-work plans. It will address the key components of a reopening plan, discuss lessons learned from the first wave of businesses to reopen, explore key takeaways from the first wave of COVID litigation, and consider the relevant laws and regulations to take into account when creating a reopening plan.

Presented by Isaac Mamaysky, this program will benefit attorneys who advise businesses that are planning to reopen safely and in compliance with all relevant laws, regulations, and best practices.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify the key components and objectives of a reopening plan
  2. Discuss lessons learned from the first wave of businesses to reopen
  3. Explore key takeaways from COVID-related lawsuits
  4. Formulate a strategy for creating a return-to-work plan 

Credit Information

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Isaac Mamaysky

Potomac Law Group

Isaac Mamaysky is a Partner in the Employment and Human Resources practice group and the COVID-19 Task Force at Potomac Law Group. He provides insightful, strategic business advice to management teams and in-house attorneys across a variety of industries. During this challenging time, he has been advising clients on the unique legal challenges raised by the pandemic, including issues related to the Paycheck Protection Program, expanded unemployment compensation, and other recent federal relief efforts, with a specific focus on how they intersect with various employment law considerations.

Bar Admissions:

  • Connecticut
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York


Melissa L.

Great Class!

Michael J.

Great energy

Susan M.

Enjoyed your excitement for the topic!

Doreen M.

A very timely and informative presentation.

Terry R.

Excellent practical tips - very well done.

Steven K.

Very timely! Well presented! I also love Narragansett Beach!

Lina F.


Georgian P.

Excellent live Presentation! Speaker was very informative and knowledgeable! Look forward to learning more about this topic with this instructor! Highly recommend this speaker and topic! Great job!

Tanja B.

Great and timely

Joseph D.

very good

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