The COVID-19 pandemic has presented myriad practical and legal challenges to business and the directors who oversee them. As companies continue to adjust to the realities of working from home and remotely connecting with their employees, customers, and management, the once-theoretical consideration of business continuity planning became a reality that had to be addressed immediately. Failure to adequately plan, and to sufficiently monitor those initial plans, can subject directors to potential liability for breaching their fiduciary duties. Below, we discuss how businesses can mitigate these risks in the COVID-19 era. MORE.