ABA cancels more April and May meetings amid COVID-19 pandemic
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The ABA has canceled several more meetings as a result of the coronavirus.
As of Monday afternoon, the following meetings have been added to the cancellation list first posted by the association last week:
•The Section of Intellectual Property Law’s 2020 ABA-IPL Section Annual Meeting, scheduled for April 1-3 in Washington, D.C.
•The Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section’s Emerging Issues in Motor Vehicle Product Liability Litigation, scheduled for April 2-3 in San Diego.
•The Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section’s 29th Annual Toxic Torts & Environmental Law Spring Conference, scheduled for April 3-4 in San Diego.
•The Antitrust Law Section’s 68th Annual Antitrust Law Spring Meeting, scheduled for April 21-24 in Washington, D.C.
•The Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources’ 49th Spring Conference, scheduled for April 22-24 in Chicago.
•The Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources’ Essential Trial Skills for Environmental Lawyers, scheduled for April 23-24 in Chicago.
•The Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section and Young Lawyers Division’s TIPS 6th Annual Section Conference with YLD, scheduled for April 29-May 2 in Nashville, Tennessee.
•The Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section’s Fidelity & Surety Spring Conference, scheduled for May 7-8 in Incline Village, Nevada.
The ABA also announced late last week that the in-person portion of ABA Day, scheduled for April 21-23 in Washington, D.C., was canceled due to the public health emergency created by COVID-19. A new schedule of digital events is being planned for April 22 and 23 and will be released soon.
For all of the meetings above, the ABA has modified its cancellation policy. For questions, please contact the ABA Service Center at (800) 285-2221 [International (312) 988-5000] or at Se[email protected] to cancel your participation in a program.
ABA Journal: “ABA cancels some meetings due to coronavirus concerns”