Quarantines, Masks, Vaccines and Emergency Orders: What Does the Law Allow After 2020? (On-Demand Webinar)
Time: On Demand
Overview: State and local governments have had broad public health police powers since the seminal case of Jacobson v. Massachusetts in 1905. Employers have likewise been given certain leeway and responsibility to regulate activity to protect health and safety. This webinar will explore how public health police powers were utilized, challenged, and evolved during the COVID-19 public health emergency and where the law stands for the future.
- Andrea Ferrari, Partner, HealthCare Appraisers, Inc.,
- Montrece Ransom, Director, National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training
- Jennifer Piatt, Deputy Director, Network for Public Health Law
- Emely Sanchez, Analyst, State Health Policy, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
AHLA is now offering Continuing Education Credit for On-Demand Webinars held after March 2021. This is a 90-minute webinar. Credits earned for a 50 minute state are 1.8 CLEs, and 1.5 CLEs for a 50 minute state.