The risk of a potential lawsuit or regulatory complaint makes it doubly important for any reopening business not only to make sure that it has a written reopening plan, but that it sticks to that plan in the long months ahead.
Law firm and business leaders who recognize the import of maintaining the connections that naturally occur within our organizations are now spending the time to find new ways and new technologies that will help to recreate those connections in the remote-work paradigm that has been suddenly foisted upon us.
Law firms, many of whom are helping their clients navigate the process of securing Paycheck Protection Program loans, were well positioned to make use of the program themselves, and law firms have indeed been enthusiastic in their uptake of it.
In the calm just before the coronavirus storm, Torsten Kracht teamed up with Cognicion, a Richmond-based legal technology consulting firm, to develop the COVID-19 Complaint Tracker, a visual database of state and federal litigation involving COVID-19 claims made nationwide.
Stephanie Summerson Hall’s strategy for a diversified business model was smart, but in the midst of a global pandemic, it was genius. Hall’s primary business, Ruth’s House Event Rentals, came to a screeching halt [...]
We have all been humbled. So much has changed. The world has been altered forever and for always. There is, however, some silver lining.
The ability to protect trade secrets (and other legitimate business interests, including customer goodwill) has been hit by a perfect storm caused by the current coronavirus pandemic: • Loss of control. With much of [...]
University of Minnesota professor and leading workplace expert Theresa Glomb has some advice for people working from home — and their employers — amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Insurance companies across the country are denying claims, contending that business interruption policies don’t cover shutdowns stemming from the pandemic.