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Where Will We Go from Here?

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting communities and commercial activity worldwide. To provide you with knowledgeable guidance, Mintz is monitoring evolving regulations and impacts. Click on an issue below for help with a business challenge, check our webinars for targeted thought leadership, and see our COVID-19 viewpoints to stay informed.

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Mintz Member and Founding Chair of the firm’s Health Law Practice Stephen Weiner was quoted in an article published by the International Bar Association on violations of sexual and reproductive healthcare rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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In an article published by Newsday, Mintz Member and Co-chair of the firm’s Financial Services Practice Therese Doherty commented on efforts to resolve foreclosure lawsuits in a settlement setting, as New York state courts begin to lift certain restrictions on non-essential cases that were implemented in response to COVID-19.
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The American Lawyer included commentary from Mintz Managing Partner Bob Bodian in an article on how the legal practice and role of law firm managing partners has shifted as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Law360 included commentary from Mintz Member and Founding Chair of the firm’s Immigration Practice Susan Cohen in an article on widespread confusion surrounding President Trump’s June 29 proclamation that broadened the administration’s freeze on employment-related visas for foreign workers, as well as the potential impact of the visa-freeze order on U.S. companies.
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In an article published by Bloomberg Law, Mintz Member and Founding Chair of the firm’s Immigration Practice Susan Cohen commented on how employers are responding to President Trump’s recent order that temporarily bars foreign citizens from coming to the United States under certain employment-based visas, including H1-B visas for highly skilled workers. Specifically, many H-1B employers are leveraging new remote work arrangements, which have already proved successful in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.