Employment Defense


Telecommuting in the Age of COVID-19

Employer Attorney David Jones

David G. Jones | Shareholder

April 9, 2020

With the spread of COVID-19, many employers are transitioning their workforce to remote platforms in an effort to comply with “safer at home” orders and prevent the spread of infection. For many employers, the home

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COVID-19: What are the “Safer at Home” Orders?

Attorney Nicholas Kanter

Nicholas Kanter | Shareholder

March 27, 2020

California and the City of Los Angeles issued “safer at home” orders which have significantly impacted businesses and workers. The California order (Executive Order N-33-20) was issued March 19, 2020 and stays in effect until

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COVID-19: Form I-9 Flexibility for Employers

Attorney Tal Burnovski Yeyni

Tal Burnovski Yeyni | Associate

March 23, 2020

Form I-9 Requirements and COVID-19 As many employers know, federal rules require employers to physically verify the identity and eligibility of new hires to work in the united states (Form I-9.)   In remote hire

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