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COVID-19 Legal Updates: Critical Business Considerations

May 31, 2020

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is dramatically impacting business operations across the United States and around the world. The below timely legal alerts, presentations, and other helpful content are provided to inform and support your consideration of the critical issues, and will be updated accordingly as the situation evolves. Please contact us with your questions or to discuss related concerns at this time. We are here to help!

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COVID-19 Business Owner's Survival GuideM&A After COVID-19 (29:00), Presented by Terri Krivosha
To view the full program presented by the Exit Planning Institute, go to: COVID-19 Business Owner's Survival Guide: Planning and M&A After COVID-19.

April 24, 2020 — Reasonable Safeguard Standards: Physical Safeguards (3:50) April 21, 2020 — Reasonable Safeguard Standards: Technical Safeguards (4:19) April 17, 2020 — Cybersecurity Safeguards: How to Comply with Legal Requirements (3:35)

April 13, 2020 — Contractual Obligations Around Confidential Information (2:24) April 6, 2020 — The NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Focus on the "Protect" Function (1:54) March 30, 2020 — Cybersecurity Best Practices Across a Remote Workforce (2:11)

Supporting the Effort
Maslon is proud to offer pro bono support in the following efforts to help address critical needs at this time:

Project N95: Maslon Attorneys Terri Krivosha and Susan Markey offered quick pro bono guidance for formation and provide ongoing counsel to support the mission of Project N95—a dynamic nonprofit organization created to deliver critical PPE to Healthcare Workers in Frontlines of COVID-19. + LEARN MORE

Minnesota Wills For Heroes: To ensure the Minnesota State Bar Association's Minnesota Wills for Heroes program (WFH) continues to address the needs of our first responders—particularly as they work in the front lines of the Covid-19 crisis—Maslon Estate Planning Attorney Susan Link and colleague Andrea Bischoff have transitioned the operation to virtual services. As  Program Directors for WFH, their mutual dedication and coordinated effort with attorney volunteers helps further the program's mission to provide quality, no-cost estate-planning services to the families of the state's first responders—EMTs, police, firefighters and more—who daily risk their lives to help others. Proudly, the WFH Foundation has now granted permission to expand the program to include health care workers during this time of crisis. + LEARN MORE

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