It is time to consider the implications of fully reopening your law office now that COVID-19 vaccination efforts have picked up speed.
Your office policies regarding employee, client, and visitor safety will need to be reconsidered.
Please join us for a free webinar as we invite employment attorney, Brian Nugent, to discuss what you should be thinking about as business owners and managers before making these important decisions. This will be a great opportunity to take stock of your office procedures and refine them as we move into a post-COVID-19 business environment.
Important Considerations for Reopening Your Law Office
Tuesday, April 20 at 2:00 p.m. ET
Who Should Attend: Attorneys and staff interested in what you should be thinking about before reopening your law office.
Can't make it to the live webinar? Register and we'll automatically send you the recording and materials following the event.
Brian Nugent represents employers throughout the United States in labor and employment matters, as well as corporate formation, contracts, unemployment taxation, and M&A. His focus includes advising human capital and human resources outsourcing companies such as professional employer organizations (PEOs) and temporary staffing companies, that frequently retain him to assist with all of their legal and regulatory needs, including forming the legal entities, licensing in more than 40 states, client service agreements, employee handbooks, workers’ compensation insurance, benefits and general employment matters. He is also frequently retained to represent buyers and sellers in transactions in the employment outsourcing industries, and has been retained on a number of occasions to assist buyer’s counsel with the particular due diligence issues in these industries. Formerly the chief legal officer for two large, national companies operating in the employment services sector, his experience provides him with an invaluable understanding of the legal issues faced by employers as well as their preferred options for resolution.
In addition, Brian represents dozens of companies across the country in providing a full range of legal services, including start-up, insurance advice, licensing, contracts, all employment issues, co-employment matters, unemployment tax planning and defense, defense of federal and state discrimination and wage and hour charges and complaints, and handling the purchase and sale of such companies. Brian has experience in the area of unemployment tax matters on behalf of employers, and has handled unemployment tax cases in a dozen different states where the employer challenged an unemployment tax assessments. He also assists companies with unemployment tax planning for a new rate year, and ahead of, or in conjunction with, an acquisition.