Webinar: Liability Issues After the Quarantine: Risks for Building Owners and Building Operators

Webinar: Liability Issues After the Quarantine: Risks for Building Owners and Building Operators

Kasowitz Benson Torres partners Paul M. “Tad” O’Connor III and Jessica Taub Rosenberg will be featured speakers on “Liability Issues After the Quarantine: Risks for Building Owners and Building Operators,” a webinar hosted by Practising Law Institute.  Mr. O’Connor and Ms. Rosenberg will examine the potential risks that may arise along with the relevant legal issues facing building owners and building operators in light of a variety of existing real estate laws and possible new government regulations once a return to offices in New York and other states is permitted.  They will discuss claims of inadequate protection of persons entering buildings, legal issues around ensuring compliance with medical screening from persons entering buildings, and potential privacy concerns relating to recordkeeping of building visitors suspected or known to have COVID-19, among other issues.

The webinar will take place on June 19, 2020 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. (ET).  Register for the free webinar here using the code “FREE COVID”.

Paul M. “Tad” O’Connor, partner at Kasowitz Benson Torres, is a distinguished trial and appellate litigator focusing on complex commercial cases.  He has significant experience representing major hotel owners and developers, real estate investment firms, and high-net-worth individuals in real estate disputes involving commercial and hotel properties in federal and state courts and before arbitration tribunals in the United States and Europe.  Tad is recognized by Chambers USA and Legal 500 as a leading litigator.

Jessica Taub Rosenberg, partner at Kasowitz Benson Torres, is a trial lawyer who represents employers and senior executives in all aspects of employment-related litigation, including defense of claims of discrimination, retaliation and harassment; disputes involving the enforcement of employment contracts and non-competition covenants; and tort claims such as fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference and defamation.  A former prosecutor, Jessica has been shortlisted as a 2019 Labor & Employment New York Attorney of the Year and recognized as a Litigation Star by Benchmark Litigation.