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  • Biden’s Impact on Employers

    Stay up to date on the latest developments influencing, and often mandating, how we work with the insights, publications and resources offered by our attorneys.

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  • Navigate the Coming Year

    The 2021: The Year Ahead for Employers details trends, legislation, regulation and litigation nationwide to help employers know what to expect in the coming months.

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  • We get work™ – the Podcast

    This week's episode identifies litigation trends impacting employers and tips for a proactive, preventive strategy to address and hopefully avoid costly litigation and promote an inclusive workplace.

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  • Reimagine the Workplace

    Return to work has become so much more than three simple words. Thinking ahead requires thinking differently.

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  • Leave and Accommodation Suite

    Leave and Accommodation Suite

    Powered by the Jackson Lewis workthruIT ® platform, the Leave and Accommodation Suite offers employers tools to manage leave and accommodation requests more effectively. 

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Latest Publications

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Worker Classification: A Pre- and Post-COVID-19 Challenge for Real Estate Industry

While some say “COVID-19 has changed everything,” a couple of issues for real estate employers are unchanged. First, in the brokerage world, properly classifying agents as independent contractors, instead of employees, remains a concern, particularly as more states adopt some version of California’s employee-centered... More

Wisconsin Passes COVID-19 Civil Liability Exemption for Employers

Businesses, schools, nonprofits, and other employers in Wisconsin are protected from COVID-19 litigation under 2021 Special Session Senate Bill 1, signed into law as 2021 Wisconsin Act 4 by Governor Tony Evers on February 26, 2021. Section 8 of the new law provides employers some of the most expansive COVID-19 civil liability protections... More

Massachusetts to Advance COVID-19 Reopening Plan; Boston to Delay Reopening

Governor Charlie Baker has announced that Massachusetts would advance to Step 2 of Phase III of the state’s reopening plan on March 1, 2021, relaxing restrictions on most indoor gatherings. The City of Boston will move to Phase III, Step 2 as well, with some exceptions. In addition, Governor Baker announced a plan to... More

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Jackson Lewis Launches Expanded Mentoring System

NEW YORK, NY (February 24, 2021) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, recently launched the RISE Mentoring System, an expanded mentoring program designed to ensure equitable, consistent access to mentorship for all associates across the firm, tailored for different stages of their careers.... More

Jackson Lewis Strengthens Employee Benefits Practice With Addition of Travis DeHaven

ATLANTA, GA (February 18, 2021) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce Travis DeHaven has joined the firm’s Atlanta office as a principal. Travis has more than 30 years of experience in all matters related to employee benefits and executive compensation. ... More

Jackson Lewis Reemphasizes Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

NEW YORK, NY (February 17, 2021) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, announced today a series of actions intended to renew the firm’s commitment to be a trailblazer in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) both internally and externally.   “Our commitment to diversity,... More