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The Next COVID-19 Employment Litigation Hotbeds

September 16, 2020, Law360, by Braden Campbell, In the coming weeks and months, the safety and wrongful termination lawsuits that have made up the bulk of coronavirus-related litigation thus far…

EEOC Makes Clear COVID Concerns No Excuse for Age Bias

June 12, 2020, Law360, by Vin Gurrieri Although employers prepping to reopen as the COVID-19 pandemic continues may want to give particularly vulnerable workers special treatment, newly released guidance from the U.S….

COVID-19 Liability: The Litigation Surge and Nevada’s Ominous Recovery

June 1, 2020, RAN Newsletter, www.rannv.org, Pages 5 & 8 THE MGM FIRE. 9/11. HURRICANE KATRINA. ONE OCTOBER. COVID-19. The novel coronavirus is hardly the first disaster that plaintiffs’ lawyers have…

Government Affairs & Advocacy Nevada Update – State of Nevada Response to COVID-19

March 20, 2020, 10:00am It’s been one week since Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak declared a State of Emergency for the state of Nevada in response to the growing presence of…

Making the Case for Return to Office

SHRM, March 29, 2021, by Allen Smith, J.D. — As a rising percentage of the population receives vaccines for COVID-19, many employers want employees to return to the workplace. Some employees,…

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