Burr Launches Labor & Employment Podcast Series

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The Labor & Employment Podcast Series was developed from all the webinars and articles the L&E lawyers at Burr & Forman have created over the past few months.

In Episode 1Bryance Metheny and Jim Gilliam give the listeners some useful information and practical ideas to consider when navigating the challenges that 2020 has created for us all.

In Episode 2Matthew Scully and Carlton Hilson join us to talk about the "New Normal" as it relates to how companies are handling COVID-19 exposure. They discuss the safety protocols, how to deal with positive cases, and how they’re maneuvering through the laws and regulatory statutes.

In Episode 3, Amy Jordan Wilkes and Nina Maja Bergmar discuss the COVID-19 litigation trends they’ve been seeing, the types of potential lawsuits employers may face, and what employers can do to prepare for and/or avoid litigation.

In Episode 4, Katy Willis and Emily Mack, take a deeper dive into regulations as it relates to the enforcement of face coverings for employers and customers.

In Episode 5, Bryance Metheny and Ron Flowers talk about anticipations for 2021 under the Biden Administration and implications on labor and employment over the next four years.

For a full list of our podcasts, please visit Burr’s podcast page.

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