July 2, 2021
Mintz Managing Member Bob Bodian was quoted in an article published by The American Lawyer discussing the firm’s return to work announcement, which requires personnel to get a COVID-19 vaccine to enter the office.
An article published by The American Lawyer spotlighted law firm pro bono efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic, including Mintz’s initiative as part of a $9 million eviction legal aid project in Massachusetts to recruit 21 law firms and corporate legal departments to provide pro bono counsel to tenants facing eviction
June 8, 2021
Mintz attorney Corbin Carter was quoted extensively in an article published by SHRM’s HR Magazine that examined the risks employers may face when enforcing no-mask mandates in the workplace, including health risks, legal risks, and employee relations concerns.
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.
March 15, 2021
Mintz Member Joanne S. Hawana was quoted in an analysis article published by Law360 on the biggest COVID-19 product scams and actions taken by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to tackle fraudsters during the ongoing crisis.
February 12, 2021
Mintz Members Brian P. Dunphy, Joanne S. Hawana, and Jennifer B. Rubin co-authored a Bloomberg Law insights column examining potential legal liabilities for employers implementing Covid-19 workplace vaccination programs, explaining that immunity under the federal Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act) is not absolute.