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COVID-19 Vaccines Are On The Horizon, Can Employers Mandate Them?

USA - December 3 2020 The COVID-19 data is bleak as the pandemic continues to rage across the United States. In November, the reported cases of COVID-19 across the country…

Patricia L. Ogden.

Union Elections and Employer Considerations During Social Distancing

USA - April 21 2020 Despite the current pandemic, on April 3, the National Labor Relations Board announced that it was resuming union elections effective April 6. The…

Protecting Intellectual Property and Data if Employee Separation is Anticipated

USA - April 1 2020 Employment is in flux. Employees are being furloughed or laid off. Employers need to ensure that the intellectual property their engineers…

Adam Gajadharsingh, Grant H. Peters, Jason A. Bernstein.

Coronavirus: Families First Guidance - An Employer Q&A

USA - March 27 2020 On March 23, our labor and employment attorneys conducted a webinar with updates on COVID-19 employer issues, focusing on the recently passed…

David B. Ritter, Frank T. Mamat, John T.L. Koenig, Kathleen M. Anderson, Keith Brodie, Kenneth J. Yerkes, Mark S. Kittaka, Michael Palmer, Patricia L. Ogden, Peter A. Morse, Jr., Scott J. Witlin, Teresa L. Jakubowski, William A. Nolan.

Specifics of CARES Act and Implications for Businesses and Individuals

USA - March 26 2020 The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act or the CARES Act, which was passed by the U.S. Senate on March 25, 2020, and is expected to…

Angela B. Freeman, M.S., Christopher J. Bayh, Edward Ayoob, Erika Weiss, Jacob Bonifield, Jason B. Myers, Jeff Davis, Lauren M. Box, Mark R. Owens, Matthew J. Agnew, Paul Laurin, Randal J. Kaltenmark.