COVID-19 Global Guide for Business Provides Important Information for Employers about Reopening

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The COVID-19 Global Guide for Business provides employers with the latest information on returning to work. Nations around the world are struggling to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, and government responses to COVID-19 differ significantly based on local laws, culture, politics and the severity of the outbreak. Legal professionals in 50+ countries contributed to this complimentary guide, which now has two volumes: Responding to the Pandemic and Returning to Work. Both are designed for C-level executives, HR professionals and in-house counsel.

Access the COVID-19 Global Guide for Business.

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Brian S. CousinBrian S. Cousin
Brian S. Cousin focuses on employment litigation and counseling, ERISA and benefits litigation, executive contract negotiations, complex commercial litigation, and international arbitration. He is head of the Firm’s International Employment Practice Group and co-head of the Firm’s ERISA and benefits litigation practice. Read Brian Cousin's full bio.


Manuel RajunovManuel Rajunov
Manuel Rajunov* provides cross-border tax and transactional counsel to US and non-US multinational entities, with a particular focus on inbound and outbound Latin American investment strategies. This includes Israel-based companies on their investments in Latin America, and Latin American-based entities on their foreign investments. Manuel also counsels clients on real estate investments, structured finance transactions, and mergers and acquisitions. Read Manuel Rajunov's full bio.


Richard I. ScharlatRichard I. Scharlat
Richard I. Scharlat has more than 20 years’ experience in employment litigation defending management across a broad range of industries, and in ERISA matters and class actions. Read Richard Scharlat's full bio.


Christina S. DumitrescuChristina S. Dumitrescu
Christina S. Dumitrescu focuses her practice on labor and employment matters. She represents clients in matters involving theft of trade secrets, breach of contract and fiduciary duty, claims of violation of noncompetition agreements and other restrictive covenants, claims of discrimination and retaliation. Christina has experience in matters including violations of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, ERISA, whistleblower provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank Acts, and Defend Trade Secrets Act. She also counsels clients on various employment law-related issues, including compliance with federal, state and local anti-discrimination and harassment laws, reductions in force, and drafts employee handbooks. Read Christina Dumitrescu's full bio.


Sarah SchanzSarah Schanz
Sarah Schanz focuses her practice on employment law. Sarah has diverse experience with federal, state and local labor and employment matters including litigation, acquisition-related risk assessment, internal investigations and alternative dispute resolution involving claims of harassment and discrimination in the workplace, and counseling with respect to restructuring-related labor and employment issues. Read Sarah Schanz's full bio.

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