Employment Law Blog

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep the country, many patients infected with COVID-19 will need emergency medical care. Hospitals are seeing not only coronavirus carriers, but other patients seeking treatment for different conditions, ailments, and...

As the novel coronavirus spreads throughout the U.S., New York and many other states and cities have ordered non-essential businesses to close. However, what constitutes an "essential business" has shifted over the course of the pandemic, as has how the order will be...

  As patients pour into hospitals and healthcare facilities during the COVID-19 emergency, health insurance coverage becomes more important than ever. The Affordable Care Act prohibits insurers from unlawfully denying coverage to patients, and it also prohibits...

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act released $2 trillion into the economy in an effort to help stabilize families and businesses. Although it did not include new protections for employees who are retaliated against for reporting corporate...

Expectant mothers and new parents face plenty of workplace challenges and confront unique issues even in the best of times. But the uncertainty, risk, stress, and rapidly evolving economic realities brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic create even more...