Reopening the Workplace – Legal Considerations for Your Business
Reopening the Workplace
Legal Considerations for Your Business
As Massachusetts begins its staged reopening of nonessential businesses, how should business owners evaluate legal obligations and risks as they reopen their businesses? Join attorneys from SederLaw in a conversation about discrimination and disability laws, obligations to pay employees, regulations and guidance for reopening and operating your business and evaluating your legal risk and exposure.
Panel of Attorneys:
- Pam Stevens: Ms. Stevens concentrates her practice in commercial real estate, land use and zoning, business law, nonprofit organizations and employment law. As part of her general business practice, Ms. Stevens advises closely held and family owned companies at all stages of the business life cycle. Helping business owners make better decisions and manage risk.
- Howard Stempler: Mr. Stempler' s practice is concentrated in the areas of litigation, real estate, employment and business & corporate matters, including catastrophic personal injury matters, commercial and residential real estate and business planning. He serves as counsel to a number of closely-held businesses on matters involving commercial contract drafting and negotiation, employment policies and procedures, and corporate governance. Over the last 30 years, Mr. Stempler has tried cases in most of the state and federal courts and tribunals in the Commonwealth.
- Janelle Tanenbaum: Ms. Tanenbaum practices in the Banking & Finance, Family Law & Probate and Litigation areas. She frequently works on matters related to corporate transactions arising out of the day-to-day operations of closely-held businesses, employment policies, procedures and legal compliance, and corporate governance.
- Noah Ligeti: Mr. Ligeti concentrates his practice on commercial litigation and personal injury/premises liability. Before joining SederLaw, Mr. Ligeti gained significant litigation experience at the Office of the Worcester County District Attorney, where he represented the Commonwealth at evidentiary motion hearings, bench trials, and a full jury trial.