In an article published by Communications Daily, Managing Member of Mintz’s Washington, D.C. Office and Chair of the firm’s Health Law, Communications, Antitrust & ML Strategies Division Susan Berson was quoted on the return to in-person work for attorneys and professional staff in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, which she said was subject to regional and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance. She added that the firm has demonstrated that clients can be served well remotely and likely will use a hybrid model long term.
Mintz Associate Deborah J. Frisch was featured in a blog post published by the COVID Eviction Legal Help Project for her pro bono work to help a single mother successfully fight an improper eviction during the pandemic after months of stress and uncertainty for the client and her children.
Mintz Member Jennifer B. Rubin authored a Bloomberg Law Insights column that examined the legal implications of a pandemic-created nomadic workforce, which continues to create complexities for employers because of state and local wage-and-hour laws and other regulations. Ms. Rubin’s article explained how organizations can get a handle on where their employees are working and why they need to do so.
May 4, 2021
Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Employment, Labor & Benefits Practice Michael Arnold was quoted in an article published by the Society for Human Resource Management’s HR Magazine that examined best practices to avoid liability for employers disciplining employees who lie about getting COVID-19 vaccinations.
May 3, 2021
Mintz was ranked by Modern Healthcare as one of the largest health care law firms in the country for 2021. As part of this recognition, Mintz was featured in a recent issue of Modern Healthcare alongside other top law firms to make the list, which was based on survey data pertaining to number of health care lawyers employed at the end of 2020.