A webinar in collaboration with the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance. We will discuss the new Virginia law and how it will affect construction and mining safety in Virginia. Presenter: Anne G. Bibeau This video is for general information about the topics discussed and is not legal advice. Nor does any exchange of information associated with this video in any way establish an attorney-client relationship.
This video discusses Virginia’s recently passed marijuana law and what entrepreneurs need to know about the legal framework of the state’s newest industry. We will provide an overview of the recent legislation, the Virginia Cannabis Control Authority and licensing, and general considerations for new businesses in Virginia.
COVID-19 and Its Impact on the Economy, Dr. Vinod Agarwal, Director of the Economic Forecasting Project; Deputy Director, Dragas Center for Economic Analysis and Policy; and Professor of Economics, Strome College of Business.
Venture Capital Overview, Laura Markley, Managing Director, NRV.
Acquire or be Acquired; Strategy for the next 3 years, Jay Offerdahl, President, Vikings Mergers & Acquisitions.
This video discusses the Consumer Data Protection Act, Virginia’s New Data Privacy Law, entity exclusions, businesses’ responsibilities, rights of consumers, and enforcement.
This webinar discusses Virginia’s COVID Standard, OSHA COVID guidance, and other workplace COVID issues.
This webinar discusses Virginia’s legislative progress on cannabis, from the limited authorization of CBD oil and THC-A for medical purposes in 2015 to full legalization of marijuana in 2021, to take effect in 2024. In addition, we review the current state of federal law on cannabis and legal considerations for employers regarding marijuana issues in the workplace.
This webinar was in collaboration with the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance (VTCA). It discussed several new laws that went into effect in 2020 and shifted Virginia from a pro-employer state to a decidedly pro-employee state. The new laws created a much greater risk of liability for employers.
This webinar discusses Governor Northam’s executive order #63 to create an Emergency Temporary Standard as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Overall purpose: establish requirements for employers to control, prevent, and mitigate the spread of COVID-19 among employees and other persons (including customers).
This two-part webinar is intended for hemp growers, processors, dealers, analytical laboratories, and retailers interested in the following topics: business considerations for the hemp industry & latest developments.