Preparing Your Workforce: How to Avoid Legal Landmines When Bringing Employees Back

Posted In Employment

The COVID-19 pandemic has put unprecedented strain on organizations of all sizes across all industries. The uncertainty of the “new normal” is leading some employers to consider extreme, and often unnecessary, new policies in anticipation of the eventual return to work. To properly navigate the complexities of these novel COVID-19 employment issues, you need innovative but practical solutions.

Learn key takeaways from our third webinar in our Return to Work Virtual Toolkit series that focuses on how to avoid legal landmines as you prepare to bring your employees back to work.

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Lindsay Ditlow
Lindsay Ditlow is experienced in all aspects of employment law, including litigation, counselling, and corporate transactions. As a trial lawyer, Lindsay has successfully represented numerous clients in employment litigations, including cases involving claims under Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Family Medical Leave Act and state leave laws, the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine, state discrimination and retaliation statutes, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and state wage and hour laws. Read Lindsay Ditlow's full bio.

Julie H. McConnell
Julie H. McConnell represents employers in complex litigation matters in federal and state courts. Julie’s specific experience includes disputes involving Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, public accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and state employment and accessibility statutes. She has managed large-scale discovery and document productions; drafted pleadings, dispositive motions, and post-hearing briefs; and taken and defended depositions. Read Julie McConnell's full bio here.

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