COVID-19’s Impact on Universities and Colleges
November 3, 2021
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC labor and employment attorney Kelley E. Kaufman will address the novel coronavirus’s damaging effect on institutions of higher education nationwide.
Many colleges and universities are encountering enrollment, fiscal and competitive challenges made more dire by the pandemic, as well as the realization that major strategic and operational changes are needed to forge a sustainable path forward. That can include sale of assets; significant downsizings; renegotiation of collective bargaining agreements, leases and other long-term debt and legal obligations; mergers; and consolidations.
What: The Employment Law Alliance presents Distressed Institutions of Higher Education: An Exploration of Options
Who: McNees Wallace & Nurick’s Kelley E. Kaufman will join three other thought leaders on the panel considering critical risks, opportunities and decisions confronting affected higher education institutions. Also presenting are:
- Jennifer L. Curry, shareholder at Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC in Baltimore, Md.
- Stephen A. Donato of Schoeneck & King PLLC in New York
- Paul N. Fringa, clinical associate professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at UNC Kenan Flager Business School in North Carolina, is the moderator.
When: November 3, 2021, from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
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