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Returning to a New World: Legal Risks for Employers Reopening their Businesses, and Managing Workers in the Office and at Home - On-Demand

Returning to a New World: Legal Risks for Employers Reopening their Businesses, and Managing Workers in the Office and at Home - On-Demand

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Returning to a New World: Legal Risks for Employers Reopening their Businesses, and Managing Workers in the Office and at Home - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: This webinar highlights legal traps employers may confront as businesses reopen and employees return to work, as well as strategies for bringing employees back while navigating ordinances dictating how, when, and whom a business must invite to return.



This webinar highlights legal traps employers may confront as businesses reopen and employees return to work. It focuses on strategies for bringing employees back, the best employees if possible, while navigating state and local ordinances dictating how, when, and whom a business must invite to return. It will also explore ways employers can take advantage of their time off by rebooting their workplace, including revising onboarding protocols and updating policies.

For businesses with employees working from home, the speakers will survey best practices for monitoring productivity and alerting management of impending problems (that including signs of wage and hour violations).

Use this on-demand webinar as speakers Maltin and Rozen survey Covid-19 specific protocols designed to prevent the spread of the virus. They will discuss how to respond to employees with symptoms of, or confirmed cases, of the disease. Their discussion will include guidance on federal, state, and local emergency sick leave entitlements. They will conclude by answering as many questions as time permits.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Reduce the risk of lawsuits while reopening a business and returning employees to work
  • Respond to confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19 without violating the ADA or invading privacy
  • Use the time off and the return to work to protect the business
  • Ensure a safe, healthy workplace
  • And more!

About Your Presenters

Phillip MaltinPhillip Maltin

Phillip Maltin is a trial lawyer who handles employment and business disputes.  In court, Phil handles a variety of employment-related lawsuits, including harassment, discrimination, trade-secrets misappropriation, and wage and hour disputes, whether involving one person or class actions.  Phil often acts as outside general counsel, advising businesses of all sizes, on day-to-day human resources counseling and strategy.  His clients include national and international corporations located in the United States, Asia, and Europe.  Phil conducts internal investigations in a variety of work-place issues, from harassment to violence and embezzlement. His READ System, used to question people, has generated media interest and frequent invitations to deliver keynote addresses at conferences across North America and England.  Phil is a Southern California Super Lawyer in Employment Law, an elite distinction given to no more than 5 percent of the lawyers in Southern California.  Phil is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Raines Feldman, LLP.develop creative solutions.

Ricardo Rozen

Ricardo Rozen is a litigator representing businesses and employers in state and federal courts in all areas of labor, employment, and commercial disputes.  In employment litigation, Ricardo specializes in discrimination, harassment, and wrongful discharge.  In wage and hour claim, he represents employers against single plaintiffs in state court and before administrative bodies and manages class action lawsuits in state and federal court.  In business litigation, Ricardo handles disputes over real estate and community associations, and represents clients in a variety of entertainment-related disputes. He is a respected counselor, advising clients on everything related to human resources, from privacy and cybersecurity, to investigations of wrongdoing.  Ricardo has managed data breach incidents, advising businesses on how to protect the privacy of their employees and customers.  He is the chair of the leadership counsel for Levitt & Quinn, a nonprofit legal organization providing family law services to low-income individuals.  Ricardo is a Super Lawyer Rising Star, and a senior associate in the Los Angeles office of Raines Feldman LLP.