Announcements, information and updates from the AG Alliance Members and Associates
June 17, 2020
ANNUAL MEETING:
DRAFT AGENDA & UPDATES
On behalf of the AG Alliance team, thank you for the many good wishes and positive feedback as we move forward with our conference.
 
For those considering, and those comfortable attending the conference, we have prepared a detailed guide on COVID-19 preventative practices implemented by our team and the Broadmoor Resort. These practices will be based on any new federal, state or local guidance. The Broadmoor Resort has also released a June 2020 Health & Hygiene practices pamphlet, available here.

Our team is in regular contact with health officials in the State of Colorado and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) while scouring other sources to ensure we present the most relevant and updated best practices. This guide reflects the best available information as of today. We will provide a comprehensive video tutorial to detail your entire Annual Meeting journey from the moment you arrive at the Broadmoor. This video will be made available to all registrants in the coming weeks

Thank you for your continued support and partnership. I look forward to seeing you soon!
Best,

Karen White
Executive Director
Conference of Western Attorneys General 
and AG Alliance 

AG Alliance Annual Meeting public sector registration is now closed.

State registration is still open and available. To register and for more information, please email Ale Stephens at AStephens@AGAlliance.org .

Our latest draft agenda is available below. Please email Andrea Friedman at AFriedman@AGAlliance.org with panel or subcommittee-related questions.


For all meeting or sponsorship-related i nquiries, please contact:
Ale Stephens 
303-304-9206
UPCOMING COVID WEBINARS
Limited Liability, Worker’s Rights, and Consumer Protection

Price Gouging
ATTORNEY GENERAL
CONTACT TRACING/DATA PRIVACY

  • Nebraska AG Peterson and Oregon AG Rosenblum cosponsored a letter along with a bipartisan coalition of 37 other attorneys general asked Google and Apple to ensure all contact tracing and exposure notification apps related to COVID-19 adequately protect consumers’ personal information

ELDER PROTECTION


WORKER PROTECTION

  • Washington AG Ferguson released a report, detailing a two-year investigation that has eliminated no-poach clauses in franchise agreements nationwide for every company that has three or more locations in Washington
SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT
CONSUMER FINANCE


SMALL BUSINESS RELIEF

  • Lowe's Companies, Inc. opened its first round of grant applications in its previously announced $25 million commitment to provide much-needed relief to minority-owned businesses.

DATA-DRIVEN SOLUTIONS

  • Anthem recently introduced a suite of digital tools that provide in-depth, trusted, and aggregated information for multiple stakeholders to use in making informed, data-driven decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CONNECTIVITY

  • Tony Werner, President, Technology, Product, Xperience, for Comcast Cable posted a blog to provide an overview of the key factors that powered their network’s performance during this unprecedented surge.

RESPONSIBLE GAMING

CWAG Executive Committee
- Hector Balderas - Mark Brnovich -
- Wayne Stenehjem - Phil Weiser -

AG Alliance Co-Chairs
- Lawrence Wasden - Sean Reyes - Karl Racine -
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