Join us for an online briefing of Ohio's energy development and future, especially as it relates to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, presented by Bricker attorneys.
Energy companies, policy makers, regulators, business owners, consultants and others are encouraged to attend this educational event.
Join attorneys Brock Miskimen, Devin Parram and Christy Schirra as they provide an overview of regulatory updates from the PUCO, OEPA and ODNR that relate to COVID-19.
Attorney Caleb Bell will provide an update on PACE financing as entities are grappling with rapidly changing conditions and ever-evolving guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Innovative Technology Solutions for Clients
Lauren Curto will share unique technology tools and innovative ways that Bricker is helping deliver solutions to clients. An overview of Bricker's Virtual Public Meeting Service that helps clients that must comply with the Open Meetings Act during the state of emergency will be provided.
The spread of COVID-19 in the U.S. has presented employers with unique workplace challenges. From OSHA, workplace safety and workers' compensation to unemployment, anti-discrimination, employee leave and employee privacy considerations, attorneys Lisa Kathumbi and Sue Roudebush will highlight pressing employment law concerns as the pandemic continues to evolve.
The COVID-19 economic downturn will likely result in a major reduction of energy companies' borrowing abilities, which could push already distressed businesses into insolvency. Attorney Justin Ristau will discuss several of the factors limiting access to credit markets and consider the broader impact on the energy sector.
COVID-19 Class Action Update
Join attorney Sommer Sheely as she gives an overview focusing on the types of actions to date, geographic trends and key issues.