Lawyering Through Covid-19: Key Practice Changes One Year Later

Labor & Employment   |   March 11, 2021
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Carlton Fields labor and employment attorney Rae T. Vann was quoted in a Bloomberg Law article examining the practice of workplace law since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Vann told the publication that employers’ concerns early in the pandemic primarily related to disability law, worker leave, and illness at work, and the focus has now shifted to vaccine-related issues.

She added that racial justice has been a high priority for companies during the past year, and she is working with employers to “to really re-commit ourselves to looking at these issues, and to make sure that we’re not passive bystanders and allowing unhealthy environments to exist by neglect.”

READ: Bloomberg Law, “Lawyering Through Covid-19: Key Practice Changes One Year Later

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