MoFo Coronavirus (COVID-19) Webinar: Considerations for Employers

MoFo Coronavirus (COVID-19) Webinar Series

13 Mar 2020 12:30 p.m. - 01:30 p.m. EDT

John Papatheofanis
(202) 778-1441

Listen to the recorded webinar.

Please join Morrison & Foerster for a webinar concerning the legal, strategic, and practical considerations crucial for employers to consider in light of recent coronavirus (COVID-19) developments.

Janie Schulman, a partner in the firm’s Employment + Labor practice, Christine Lyon, a partner in MoFo’s Privacy + Data Security practice, and Niles Pierson, an associate in the Employment + Labor practice, will cover the top-of-mind issues related to U.S. employment law and employee privacy in the context of recent coronavirus developments. Core topics will include:

  • Wage and hour law compliance including remote work requirements and potential shutdowns or furloughs
  • Sick leave and other leaves of absence, including when and how employers must provide sick leave or other statutory leaves of absence for employees affected by coronavirus
  • Employee privacy, including when an employer can request health-related information from employees and when and how an employer can communicate with employees about a diagnosed case in the workplace
  • Potential employer liability to employees who become infected by COVID-19 at work

For additional resources on COVID-19 issues, please visit Morrison & Foerster’s COVID-19 Resource Center.

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Continuing Legal Education Credits Pending:
New York CLE: 1 hour
California MCLE: 1 hour



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