STRATEGIC PARTNER PORTALFollowing are industry related news, updates and helpful information from our strategic partners
CLA Livestream Series
Tuesday, April 21 and Thursday, April 23 Virtual 2 – 2:30 p.m. Central
Join our multipart livestream series to engage in the latest changes related to these uncertain times. You’ll hear strategies for navigating what these developments mean for you. Topics include issues related to legislation, liquidity, workforce, and other relevant topics.
Liquidity Strategies During the Lending Pause
Tuesday, April 21
Join CLA Principal Jennifer Rohen and several of our CLA professionals as we discuss refundable payroll credits, the current status of PPP, and what you can do in preparation for your next steps.
Paycheck Program Updates
Thursday, April 23
Join CLA Principals Leslie Boyd, Jack Rybicki and Todd Sprang for a continued conversation in our series surrounding the most recent updates to guidelines and regulations regarding the CARES Act and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
Contact Heather Kloster at heather.kloster@CLAconnect.com or 626-387-8281.
Can’t make it?
Fill out the registration form and you will receive an email with the recording following the event.
CLA Livestream Series: Organizational Management in Times of Uncertainty
Tuesday, April 14 and Thursday, April 16 Virtual
2 – 2:30 p.m. Central
Cybersecurity during COVID-19
Tuesday, April 14
2:00 - 2:30 PM CT
The global pandemic has forced organizations around the world to figure out how to work remotely. How do you effectively secure a telecommuting workforce? Join CLA Principals Jennifer Rohen and Randy Romes to learn about remote access solutions, device considerations, corporate policy recommendations, and COVID-19 fraud concerns.
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Updates and Insights – Part Three
Thursday, April 16
2:00 - 2:30 PM CT
Join our multipart livestream series on Tuesdays and Thursdays to engage in the latest changes related to these uncertain times. You’ll hear strategies for navigating what these developments mean for you. Topics include issues related to legislation, liquidity, workforce, and other relevant topics.
April 7 - 2 p.m. CTOrganizational Management in Times of Uncertainty: SBA Paycheck Protection Program
April 9 - 2 p.m. CT
Organizational Management in Times of Uncertainty: Payroll Protection Program Updates and Insights
A continued and updated discussion from Tuesday's livestream including the most up-to-date developments
April 2 - Workforce Implications Due to Recent Legislation
March 31 - Interpreting the CARES Act
March 26 - Managing Liquidity
March 24 - Families First Coronavirus Response Act
3 Tools to Keep Your Virtual Office Humming
When an emergency arises, the ability to transition your team from onsite to at-home is one of the greatest benefits of today’s technology.
With clear communication and a strong contingency plan, this type of on-the-fly virtual office can help you keep business running.
The past two weeks have been highly unnerving for the entire world, both because of what’s known about the COVID-19 virus...and what’s unknown. Businesses are only now beginning to wrap their arms around how this pandemic could affect their employees’ wellbeing, their sales funnels, continuity of operations...and about a dozen other things. One issue that many haven’t dealt with yet is their marketing.
Because most companies are grappling with how they’ll continue to generate leads and close opportunities during the crisis, we’ve put together some recommendations for getting the right messages to the right people.
Click here to read the entire article posted by Kelly Wilhelme, Marketing Manager, at Weidert Group Inc.
Disruption to Global Supply Chains – and Strategies to Mitigate Risk Amidst Uncertainty
Wednesday, March 25 Webinar
10 – 11 a.m. CT
Rising labor costs, rising tariffs, and now, coronavirus — the pressure for strategic moves is intense. Leaders are asking: What will be the long-term impact of the coronavirus? Is a move beyond China practical? If so, how are companies going about it? Where are pockets of opportunity in southeast Asia and what are the risks? Join this complimentary webinar to learn practical strategies on how to diversify supply chains beyond China.
Who should attend This session is designed for owners and decision makers of privately-held businesses.
10:00 – 10:45 a.m. - Presentation
10:45 – 11 a.m. - Question and answer
Please register by March 24, 2020.
Questions? Contact Sada Kempf at sada.kempf@CLAconnect.com or 920-232-2230.
See the event web page for more information.
Event Cancellation Policy
Pandemic Doesn’t Have to Mean Pandemonium in the Workplace
With ongoing concerns of the coronavirus, here are a few tips and considerations to prepare your business and employees for potential impacts.
The Economic Impacts of Coronavirus [Video]
March 11, 2020 Full Picture Webinar
1:00 PM CT
Please join Aon leaders to discuss Aon’s 2020 Cyber Security Risk Report: Solving the Cyber Puzzle: The Unexpected Ways Cyber Risk Impacts Your Business. The report demonstrates the breadth and depth of our collective understanding of cyber risk across Aon. In it, we focus on the unexpected ways that cyber risk impacts clients, in six less appreciated areas – Intellectual Property, Mergers and Acquisitions, Retirement, Executives, Computer Crime and The Corporation.
Our experience allows us not only to see the entire puzzle but also how the pieces fit together. Part of the report provides a playbook for each highlighted risk to help organizations “solve” the ever-more-complex puzzle that is cyber risk. In this webinar, we will discuss each of the often-overlooked risks facing companies this year and offer guidance to help wrap cyber security around corporate strategy.
Click here to learn more about this webinar and register.
For more information contact:
Karen E. Brunow
SUSAN LOVERN NAMED PRESIDENT & CEO OF VON BRIESEN & ROPER, S.C.
Lovern, who chairs the firm’s Commercial and Business Litigation Section, began her legal career at von Briesen 25 years ago as a summer associate. She has served on the firm’s Board of Directors since 2011 and chaired the firm’s Recruiting Committee from 2002-2011. Lovern has served numerous leadership roles in the legal community, including president of the Association for Women Lawyers and two elected terms on the Milwaukee Bar Association Board of Directors. Wisconsin Super Lawyers® named her one of Wisconsin’s Top 50 Lawyers in 2019 and she has been repeatedly selected as one of Wisconsin’s Top 25 Women Lawyers. In 2010 the Wisconsin Law Journal recognized her as a “Woman in the Law.” She is a long-time supporter of many community organizations, including Sojourner Family Peace Center, Urban Ecology Center and the United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County. Lovern earned her J.D. from the University of Iowa and her B.A. in Finance from the University of Northern Iowa.
Click here to read the entire press release.