Returning to Work: Legal Implications for Businesses during a Pandemic

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Hear from experts on the legal implications and available resources for businesses when returning to work during COVID-19

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Join The Liu Idea Lab for Innovation & Entrepreneurship (Lilie) and the Rice Alumni for Entrepreneurs and Innovators (RAEI) to hear from legal counsel on the risks and implications that companies face as they return to the office in this COVID-19 environment.

The event will be geared towards entrepreneurs, founders, and owners to learn the legal side of the issue that may not be clear-cut or easy to find - including steps companies should take to reduce liability, and the resources available if an office outbreak should unfortunately happen.

Speaking on the topic will be Gregory Phillips, Partner at Phillips Kaiser PLLC. They provide an alternative to traditional law firms and hiring inside counsel by providing General Counsel Services to small and mid-market companies. Learn more about the practice at phillipskaiser.com/

This virtual event will be hosted via Zoom and moderated by our very own Professor Al Danto EMBA '00, and RAEI Director Spencer Randall '13.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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