On-Demand Webinar Series: What Does Post COVID-19 Look Like for the Healthcare Industry?
The impacts of COVID-19 have drastically changed the business landscape as we adjust to our New Normal. But what does that mean for the healthcare industry? Join healthcare experts from Withum and the law firm of Brach Eichler as they discuss labor and employer implications, PPP considerations, and transactions and valuation issues in this on-demand webinar series.
Post COVID-19 Return to Office Protocols for Healthcare: Labor and Employer Implications
Employers are considering how they can safely return employees to the workplace. Join us as Theresa Richardson, Withum’s Chief Talent Officer and Anthony Rainone, Esq., Member of Brach Eichler’s Labor & Employment Practice, as they discuss challenges and strategies for implementing return-to-office protocols and other labor and employment implications.
Post COVID-19 Transactions and Valuation Issues for Healthcare
Since the pandemic began, there’s been a significant disruption in the marketplace in terms of transactions and valuations, particularly for healthcare entities. As we begin to return to work, join our experts as we explore the effect that COVID-19 has had on the industry thus far and considerations for moving forward in light of the ongoing pandemic. As we brace ourselves and our businesses for a second wave, how much will profitability be affected? John Fanburg, Managing Member and Chair, Healthcare Law at Brach Eichler, and Thomas Reck, Team Leader of Withum’s Forensic and Valuation Services will dive into the post COVID-19 “new normal.”
PPP Considerations for Healthcare
While the SBA continues to issue guidance relating to PPP loans, many questions remain around the PPP loan forgiveness process and the rules governing headcount and wage reductions. Presented by Withum’s Daniel Mayo, National Lead, Federal Tax Policy and Anthony Rainone, Esq., Member of Brach Eichler’s Labor and Employment Practice, this webinar will provide guidance on the PPP loan forgiveness process and how you can prepare your healthcare organization for maximum loan forgiveness.