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Olufunke Leroy Joins The National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40

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OSHA’s Guidance on Returning to Work During COVID-19

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has provided “nonessential businesses” with guidance as employees expect to return to a safe workplace. Labor and Employment attorneys Wayne Pinkstone and Lucy Li outline critical considerations for employers that are planning phased reopenings, including testing, screening and other safety precautions that should become the “new normal” in business operations.

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Race, Justice and Equality: The Mandate for Change Will Require Collaboration Across Systems

Change is necessary and forthcoming. Kelley Hodge discusses the need for cooperation among representatives of the political, business, law enforcement, organized labor and education communities to enact meaningful reforms to address systemic racism. This alert explores and summarizes key legal developments and issues under debate at the federal, state and local level and their future implications.

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Can Employees Face Disciplinary Action for Their Social Media Posts?

As employees share opinions and comment on pandemic developments, upcoming elections and the protests surrounding racial injustice, their social media activity can be subject to disciplinary action by employers. In this alert, Liku Madoshi examines what separates social media engagements that are considered “protected activities” from those that violate workplace policies.

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Manufacturing Success: Transportation Management Issues

July 14, 2020This Week
Fox Rothschild LLP
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Marc C. TuckerJeffrey P. MacHarg
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Federal Relief for COVID-19: Protecting Against the Increased Risk of False Claims

July 14, 2020This Week
Fox Rothschild LLP
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Reginald M. JonesDiana Lyn C. McGraw
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What to Disclose and When: SEC Corporate Filings in the Time of COVID-19

July 14, 2020This Week
Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs and Fox Rothschild LLP
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Jesse Fishman
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