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Coronavirus in the US and Abroad: The Legal Implications for Solo Practitioners


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 63 minutes
Recorded Date: March 27, 2020
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Agenda

  • Coronavirus Overview
  • Contract Issues
  • Loan and Debt
  • Insurance Issues
  • Employment Issues
  • Healthcare Issues
  • Quarantine Issues
  • Lease/Condo Restrictions
  • Event Issues
  • Office Issues
  • Court Issues
  • Conclusion
Runtime: 1 hour, 3 minutes
Recorded: March 27, 2020

Description

The courts are closed. You, your staff, and your clients may be quarantined. Keeping your practice afloat, meeting your clients’ needs, and addressing new practice opportunities are the focus of this webinar. Last minute estate planning is only one issue. Event and festival planners will be looking for advice about operational, cancellation, and contract concerns. Employers will look to you for advice about their employees and work sites. Stock declines will impact bankruptcy, financial planning, and retirees’ lives. How will the pandemic change your life, your practice, and your clients’ lives? It’s never too late to prepare and plan-ahead.

This program was recorded on March 27th, 2020.

Provided By

American Bar Association

Panelists

Charles R. Gallagher III, Esq.

Managing Partner
Gallagher & Associates Law Firm, P.A.

Mr. Gallagher graduated from Stetson University College of Law. After graduation he began practice with a large Tampa firm focusing on insurance litigation. Additionally, Mr. Gallagher served as a Federal Judicial Intern for Chief Judge Elizabeth A. Kovachevich of the U.S. Middle District of Florida. Mr. Gallagher has experience in both litigation and transactional matters. His current practice focuses on insurance litigation, foreclosure defense, real estate litigation, business law and consumer law.

While at Stetson, Mr. Gallagher was the Director of the Legal Writing Clinic, President of the Christian Legal Society, a Teaching Fellow for Legal Research and Writing classes, a Teaching Assistant for Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiation classes, and an Honor Court Attorney. Mr. Gallagher was awarded the Calvin Kunzel Award in 2000 by a vote of the student body for campus leadership. Additionally, Mr. Gallagher was awarded the Judge Stanley Millage Award at graduation for academic excellence by a vote of the faculty. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Gallagher worked as a paralegal with a large Orlando law firm. In 1995, Mr. Gallagher graduated from Rollins College in Winter Park Florida with a degree in Politics, where he currently sits on the Alumni Association's Board of Directors.

Mr. Gallagher is currently admitted to practice before all courts within Florida as well as Court of Appeals 11th Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida, the U.S. District Court Northern District of Florida and the U.S. Tax Court.

Mr. Gallagher is a member of The Florida Bar, the St. Petersburg Bar Association the Clearwater Bar Association, the Hillsborough County Bar Association and the Orange County Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Additionally, Mr. Gallagher is involved with a variety of pro bono and community service activities including the Community Law Program, Relay for Life, Breast Cancer 3-Day. Mr. Gallagher is a graduate of the 2009 Class of Leadership St. Pete and selected as a Rising Star in the 2010 and 2012 editions of Florida Super Lawyers.

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