Please REGISTER HERE to join FortneyScott and the Novus Law Firm on Wednesday, August 12 at 9:00am PST/12:00pm EST for the third in a series of webinars discussing the myriad of legal and compliance challenges that institutes of higher education face in reopening their campuses and resuming operations for the 2020 Fall term.
You asked, and we listened.
In this third session, Natasha Baker, Esq. and Elizabeth Bradley, Esq. will lead an interactive live Q & A session covering the myriad of return to campus consideration including schedule and compensation modifications; COVID-19 and ADA accommodations; privacy law issue; and the interplay of shared governance. These panelists, with their extensive experience in higher education law, will provide thoughtful recommendations and legal perspectives.
During this third session, the panelists will provide an update on the following topics then open up the session to live questions and discussion:
- Responding to and administering disability and protected leave requests by faculty and staff including the criteria and processes that the institution should resolve in advance;
- Administering discretionary workplace modifications;
- Best practices with respect to protecting the privacy of faculty and staff who request accommodations, contract COVID-19, or expose others;
- Addressing where privacy laws and disclosure requirements intersect, including Clery notifications.
We encourage you to submit questions that you would like to have addressed during the webinar via email to email@example.com.
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