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COVID-19 Webinar Briefing for Healthcare Industry: March 30

Webinar Only

Monday, March 30
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. MDT

To help our clients respond to rapidly changing legal issues surrounding the coronavirus update, Holland & Hart is hosting weekly COVID-19 Legal Briefings. Our next update is scheduled for Monday, March 30, at noon Mountain Time. Members of our healthcare and employment teams will be on hand to address the latest news and updates affecting healthcare industry stakeholders.

For those that we not able to join the March 23 webinar, or would like to relisten to the presentation, a recording is available on our Holland & Hart Health Law Blog.

To join the March 30 live webinar, click here.
Event password: 1234

To add this event to your calendar, click here.

If you have a question you’d like to submit for the presenters, please send those to Laura Squyres. In addition to providing the latest updates, we will answer as many questions as we can during the webinar. For those we are unable to respond to during the webinar, we will answer those offline.

We also encourage you to visit Holland & Hart’s Coronavirus Resource Site. The Healthcare specific section is under the “Protecting Your Business” tab. We’re regularly updating the Resource Site with fresh content as the COVID-19 outbreak itself and the legal and regulatory responses continue to evolve. We welcome you to subscribe via the Resource Site homepage to receive alerts from Holland & Hart’s Coronavirus Task Force.

Questions about the webinar? Contact Laura Squyres.


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