One Year of COVID-19: Helping Clients Navigate a Crisis
One year ago this week, we released our first “insight” on a COVID-19-related issue, titled “OSHA Publishes Resource on Coronavirus Outbreak.” At that time we were starting to get questions from clients about employee travel to and from international locations that were becoming coronavirus hotspots.
OSHA had just started a webpage outlining the agency’s initial observations on how the new virus impacted employer workplace safety and health requirements. Within a few weeks, we presented a webinar for corporate counsel on employment, benefits, immigration, and international trade questions raised by what would soon become called “COVID-19.”
As the pandemic has evolved, Nexsen Pruet attorneys have produced over 100 articles, checklists, videos, webinars, and podcasts to help clients protect their employees and businesses. These materials, organized by practice area and industry, can be accessed on our COVID-19 Resources page.
Now, the Biden administration and Congress are developing new initiatives to defeat the virus and reopen the economy that have consequences for business operations. If we can be of help with a specific issue, please let us know. Our team of litigators, transactional lawyers, government affairs professionals, and communications advisors stand ready to help.
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