The Great Reopening: Post COVID-19 Issues in Business, Employment, Immigration and Family Law
Presented by the ABA International Law Section, Canada Committee
As the economy is set to reopen after more than a year of shutdowns, novel issues and areas of concern to legal practitioners and clients are emerging. Employers and employees need to navigate the return to work. Businesses are struggling to understand their rights and potential liability for new virus cases and requiring vaccinations. Borders will reopen and create a large influx of travelers. Separation and divorce settlements will be affected by the impact of the pandemic on income and business valuations.
A panel of experts in employment, immigration, business and family law from the US and Canada will tackle these difficult issues and provide practical advice.
• Sergio R. Karas, Karas Immigration Law Professional Corporation, Toronto, ON
• Janine Liberatore, Hunter Liberatore Law, Toronto, ON
• Charles H. Kaplan, Hodgson Russ LLP New York, NY
• Nathalie Boutet, Boutet Family Law & Mediation, Toronto, ON
• Joshua Salmon, Fuerst Ittleman David & Joseph LLP, Miami, FL