The pandemic has wreaked havoc on Alaska’s economy and businesses are scrambling to keep up with ever-changing, and sometimes conflicting, public health guidelines. Currently, the threat of expensive and unexpected virus-related litigation makes doing business uncertain. COVID business liability protection would provide assurance that, if businesses take reasonable health precautions, they will be held harmless from further damage due to the pandemic.
Join Alaska Policy Forum for a virtual panel and Q&A on COVID business liability protection with three distinguished guests from state and national organizations:
• Robert Alt, President & CEO of the Buckeye Institute
• Matt Fullenbaum, Director of Legislation of the American Tort Reform Association
• Justin Owen, President & CEO of the Beacon Center of Tennessee
These experts have a wealth of information to share about the positive impacts and nuances of COVID business liability protection and will share experiences pioneering this legislation. This 45-minute webinar will take place on Tuesday, February 16, at 1PM AKST/5PM EST. Register and guarantee your spot in what promises to be an exciting conversation about reviving confidence to do business – and reviving Alaska’s economy.