Join SBDC Legal Consultant Margrit Lent Parker as she examines COVID-19 business reopening from a legal standpoint. As Colorado moves forward with a phased reopening plan, small business owners need to “do the math” of how to best protect their employees, their customers, their businesses, and themselves from the coronavirus and potential liabilities that may arise. You’ll walk away from this webinar with two things: confidence, and a checklist of actions you can take to reopen legally and responsibly.
About your host:
A Colorado and Wyoming-licensed attorney since 2008 and selected to the 2020 Colorado Super Lawyers® list, Margrit Lent Parker spent over a decade working in federal and state courts and representing businesses and professionals in civil lawsuits, professional liability claims, and licensing matters. Over the years, Margrit increasingly devoted her time to representing those same clients outside of court and with their contracting, business planning, risk management, and employment needs. Margrit is a leader in the community, and her work was featured in the February 13, 2015 issue of the Denver Business Journal. Recipient of the Denver Bar Association’s 2014 award for Young Lawyer of the Year. Margrit played an integral role in researching and developing what is now the Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program, which was developed through the Chief Justice Commission on Professional Development. From 2009-2011, Margrit was the Colorado and Wyoming District Representative to the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division. In that role, and in the following years, Margrit formed and chaired a Colorado Bar Association committee tasked with renewing Colorado’s disaster legal services plan for providing volunteer legal assistance to disaster victims. Margrit was part of the team that implemented the revived program during the state’s 2012 wildfires and 2013 floods.
Guest: Margrit Lent Parker
Guest website: https://www.lentparkerlaw.com/