Legalities & Practicalities Webinar
Thursday, July 30th | 1:00 PM EST
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As organizations plan to return to the office, resume operations and continue travel, many are highly concerned with protecting employees and shielding the organization from liability associated with COVID-19. In this webinar, Hunton Andrews Kurth's Matt McGuire and AHT's Joe Gleason will discuss the legalities and practicalities of organizations considering using waivers and informed consent.
- General legal and practical limitations of using waivers for work-related COVID-19 risks
- How can waivers and informed consent documents support return to work and travel
- What types of practical steps can you take to mitigate COVID-19 workplace risks
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Matthew McGuire, Hunton Andrews Kurth Law Firm
As the former Principal Deputy Solicitor General and Counsel to the Executive Division in Virginia’s Office of the Attorney General, Matt is a seasoned appellate and trial attorney who helps his clients understand and respond to complex legal issues. He has represented clients in state and federal courts throughout the United States, including arguing and winning a case in the United States Supreme Court. Matt also is familiar with the issues facing clients with an international presence, having represented international clients in connection with U.S. domestic law issues as well as in international arbitration proceedings involving the duty of care under the Jones Act.
Joe Gleason, AHT Insurance
With over 20 years’ experience managing operational risks globally, Joe Gleason brings a seasoned and practical approach to his role as AHT’s Director of Risk Management. In this role, he works directly with AHT clients to develop, refine and maximize the efficiency of their global risk management plans, procedures and resources.
Joe joined AHT in 2015 with over 17 years of experience in global security and operations roles at a large NGO where he provided direct support for 60+ field offices in complex and developing countries, conceptualized and built the organization-wide security management function, and negotiated contracts and managed relationships with security, crisis support and medical assistance providers.