The COVID-19 pandemic has quickly and dramatically impacted each and every individual and all businesses. Keeping up with the pandemic, which is easier said than done, is critical to business stability, adaptability, and sustainability. With the fast-paced developments, changing guidance, and complicated legal updates relating to COVID-19, business owners can find themselves overwhelmed.
Join Kelcie Longaker, Veronica Yu, and the Central Maryland Chamber of Commerce on May 7 at 12:00 PM to discuss Practical Pointers to help businesses navigate the pandemic.
ABOUT VERONICA YU
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Veronica K. Yu is an attorney in the labor and employment practice group. Veronica allows business owners to focus on growing their businesses by anticipating, identifying, and navigating legal issues. She works with her clients to come up with solutions to their greatest legal questions and concerns. She also counsels her clients to proactively implement strong policies and practices to ensure they will not face expensive and prolonged legal disputes, as well as how to comply with federal regulations, such as wage and discrimination laws. Veronica also has a diverse civil litigation background primarily focusing on products liability defense, business litigation, insurance defense, coverage disputes, and insurance fraud. She also has experience handling insurance claims against media outlets for defamation and libel, invasion of privacy and copyright violations.
ABOUT KELCIE LONGAKER
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Ms. Longaker’s primary areas of concentration include general corporate advising, administrative hearings, and state and federal appellate litigation. She advises start-ups and small businesses during all stages of the business’s life-cycle. She regularly drafts organizational documents, reviews commercial leases, negotiates franchising agreements, and assists with the sale of corporate entities. Ms. Longaker represents many businesses that require liquor licenses, including restaurants, package goods stores, agricultural producers, and manufacturers. She represents clients before county agencies in their applications for new licenses, transfers of existing licenses, or defense of challenged licenses. She also handles land use and zoning matters, real property transactions, and homeowners’ association matters.
ABOUT OFFIT KURMAN
Offit Kurman is one of the fastest-growing full-service law firms in the United States. With 14 offices in seven states, and the District of Columbia, and growing by 50% in two years through expansions in New York City and Charlotte, North Carolina, Offit Kurman is well-positioned to meet the legal needs of dynamic businesses and the individuals who own and operate them. For over 30 years, we’ve represented privately held companies and families of wealth throughout their business life cycles.
Whatever and wherever your industry, Offit Kurman is the better way to protect your business, preserve your family’s wealth, and resolve your most challenging legal conflicts. At Offit Kurman, we distinguish ourselves by the quality and breadth of our legal services—as well as our unique operational structure, which encourages a culture of collaboration and entrepreneurialism. The same approach that makes our firm attractive to legal practitioners also gives clients access to experienced counsel in every area of the law.
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