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Emergency Management and Government Benefits

Recorded on: Apr. 12, 2013
Running Time: 01:12:13

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[01:12:13] Catastrophe and the Law: What Lawyers Need to Know to Advise Clients to Prepare and Respond to Disasters - Emergency Management and Government Benefits Lai Sun Yee ~ Former Assistant Deputy Secretary for Homeland Security for New York State,
Sumani Lanka ~ Staff Attorney, Civil Practice Law Reform Unit, The Legal Aid Society
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Robert R. Desir ~ The Legal Aid Society
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[01:00:54] Catastrophe and the Law: What Lawyers Need to Know to Advise Clients to Prepare and Respond to Disasters - Environmental and Land Use Law Philip E. Karmel ~ Bryan Cave LLP
J. Kevin Healy ~ Partner, Bryan Cave LLP
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Taken from the Web Program Catastrophe and the Law: What Lawyers Need to Know to Advise Clients to Prepare and Respond to Disasters 2013 Recorded April, 2013 in New York

Emergency Management and Government Benefits [01:12:13]
  • A. Government Response

    • Federal, state and local emergency declarations
    • FEMA, state and local emergency response measures, including mandatory evacuation orders
    • Relationship between federal, state and local governments for disasters, e.g. Hurricane Sandy
  • B. Government Benefits and the Impact of a Disaster on Individuals
    • FEMA benefits and services
    • Emergency support and assistance for evacuees
    • Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA)
    • State unemployment compensation
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  • GOVERNMENT BENEFITS AND THE IMPACT OF A DISASTER ON INDIVIDUALS
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Sumani Lanka ~ Staff Attorney, Civil Practice Law Reform Unit, The Legal Aid Society
Lai Sun Yee ~ Former Assistant Deputy Secretary for Homeland Security for New York State,

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