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Webinars

Webinars
The National Bar Association presents a series of webinars with topics ranging from COVID-19 and its impact on the legal profession, small business, employment and the world overall.  We are excited to bring these programs, in cooperation with stellar educational and leading law firms in the country.

Join us for our webinar series as we bring you relevant topics and resources!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 



Upcoming Webinars


COVID-19 and Business Interruption Insurance Claims

Friday, May 29 at 12 PM ET

Registration Information Coming Soon!

Thousands of small businesses have been affected by COVID-19. Many of these businesses are unaware that they could make a claim under their business interruption coverage. During this webinar, you will learn how to assist small businesses in making a claim and also how you can assist them if they are denied. The denial of these claims by insurance companies has the potential to result in a mass tort and multi-district litigation.

 
  • Marwan Porter, Managing Partner — Cochran Firm Treasure Coast
  • Camille Miller, Attorney — Cochran Firm Treasure Coast
  • Amanda Stewart, COO — Cochran Firm Treasure Coast
  • Alphonso McClendon, VP Business Development — Cochran Firm Treasure Coast


7 Things You Should Know About the Paycheck Protection Program and Debt Forgiveness

Wednesday, June 3 at 12 PM ET

Registration Information Coming Soon!

This panel will discuss the things you should know prior to seeking forgiveness of your Paycheck Protection Program Loan.

  • Beverly Winstead, Esq.
  • Joye Sistrunk, CPA
  • Ashley Wicks, Esq., CPA
  • Dr. Zach Pouga

Past Webinars

 

Intellectual Property Protection: Patents, Trademarks & Copyrights, & Social Media!

In the age of proprietorship and privacy, as lawyers and legal experts, we or our clients all have some form of intellectual property (IP) that we want to protect. This property can be divided into three (3) types: Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights. Do you know how to file for IP protection or how your clients could lose their rights to their property? Are you able to counsel them effectively?

Speaker: Andrea Evans, Esq., The Law Firm of Andrea H. Evans

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A Medical Perspective: Protecting Your Legal Practice in the COVID-19 Era

Dr. Jonathan Zenilman, who works at Johns Hopkins and is one of the top infectious disease experts in the country, discusses how health disparities are impacting the spread of COVID-19 in minority communities and how legal professionals can stay safe during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Zenilman, Infectious Disease Expert, Johns Hopkins

Moderator: NBA VP Nathaniel Lee

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Government Contracting and COVID-19: Emerging Issues

The National Bar Association, in conjunction with George Washington University Law School’s Government Procurement Program, hosts a webinar on federal contracting and the COVID-19 pandemic — a review of emerging issues, in law and business, for thousands of federal contractors and their employees.

Panelists:

  • Michelle Coleman, Counsel, Crowell & Moring
  • Danielle Conway, Dean, Penn State Dickinson Law
  • Dominique Casimir, Partner, Blank Rome LLP
  • Judge Jeri Somers, Chair, US Civilian Board of Contract Appeals
  • Michael Bennett, Evans & Chambers Technology, LLC; Chair, DC Board of Elections
  • Liza Craig, Counsel, Reed Smith

Moderators:

  • NBA President Alfreda Robinson (GW Law School)
  • Christopher Yukins (GW Law School)
 
 

Navigating COVID-19: Latest Guidance for US Employers

Discuss the latest guidance for US employers relating to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and approaches companies may consider to cope with a rapidly changing workforce and organizational challenges.

Speakers:

  • Holly R. Lake, Partner — Los Angeles
  • Kim J. Askew, Partner — Dallas
  • Cisco Palao-Ricketts, Partner — Silicon Valley
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COVID-19: Contractors' Road to Recovery

The National Bar Association, in conjunction with George Washington University Law School’s Government Procurement Program, discuss contractors' road to recovery — the challenges and opportunities facing government contractors as the country emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Panelists:

  • Michelle Coleman, Counsel, Crowell & Moring
  • Danielle Conway, Dean, Penn State Dickinson Law
  • Dominique Casimir, Partner, Blank Rome LLP
  • Judge Jeri Somers, Chair, US Civilian Board of Contract Appeals
  • Michael Bennett, Evans & Chambers Technology, LLC; Chair, DC Board of Elections
  • Liza Craig, Counsel, Reed Smith
  • Kendra Perkins Norwood, Wiley

Moderators:

  • NBA President Alfreda Robinson (GW Law School)
  • Christopher Yukins (GW Law School)
 
 

Tax Provisions of the Payroll Protection Program

This panel discussed various aspects of the Payroll Protection Program:

  • What is this program?
  • Is PPP the right fit for me?
  • I got funded, now what?
  • Pitfalls to avoid

Speakers:

  • Beverly Winstead, Esq.
  • Joye Sistrunk, CPA
  • Ashley Wicks, Esq, CPA
 
 

Protecting Your Right to Vote: What You Need to Know and What You Can Do!

Friday, May 22, 2020, 11:30am-1pm EST

Presenters:

  • CK Hoffler, NBA President Elect & Chair, NBA Election Protection Committee
  • Tanya Clay House, Chair, NBA Civil Rights Section & Sr. Program Officer, State Infrastructure Fund
  • Barbara Arnwine, Founder, Transformative Justice Coalition
  • Marcia Johnson Blanco, Co-Director, Voting Rights Project for the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights
  • Jamal Watkins, Vice President of Civic Engagement, NAACP
  • Derrick Johnson, President and CEO, NAACP
Where
Virtual, DC
 

Refund Policy

We understand that things happen and sometimes you must cancel. Refunds for National Bar Events may be provided if request is received 30 days or more days before the event date; a $50 cancellation fee will be applied. If request is less than 30 days before the event or after the event, only credits may be provided to be used towards another National Bar Event. Credit must be used within 1 calendar year.  For more information concerning the National Bar event refund, please contact us at membership@nationalbar.org.  

Registration rates for the NBA 95th Virtual Convention programming are non-refundable.