Katten program "Business Not as Usual: Practical and Regulatory Responses to COVID-19 for the US Financial Services Industry," led by Financial Markets and Funds attorneys Gary DeWaal, Carl Kennedy and Susan Light and Employment Litigation partner Julie Gottshall, was featured in an article by Wolters Kluwer. The program included special guests Carol Wooding, Senior Vice President, General Counsel National Futures Association (NFA) and Bill Wollman, Executive Vice President, Office of Financial and Operational Risk Policy, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). The panel explored urgent issues facing regulated companies and the impact of the COVID-19 crisis. Challenges of particular note include cybersecurity, supervision obligations for remote workers and the need for firms to be able to make nimble adjustments to business continuity plans (BCP). Firms also should review employee policies, such as travel, remote working, sick and personal leave, making necessary adjustments for this moment of crisis. ("Business Not as Usual: regulators and top attorneys provide guidance on COVID-19 related issues," March 13, 2020)