FortneyScott’s May 4, 2020 COVID-19 Weekly Briefing – Returning to Work: What Employers Are Asking

REGISTER HERE to join FortneyScott’s complimentary COVID-19 Weekly Briefing on Monday, May 4th from noon to 1:00 pm ET.  

During this Weekly Briefing, the FortneyScott attorneys will focus on the many legal and practical issues that will arise when employers re-open their businesses, such as, who to bring back? how to protect them? what if some refuse? is there liability if workers become sick?  The legal obligations of OSHA, the EEO laws, labor–management laws, and others will be examined.  As with our other Briefings, we also will provide updates on key legislative and policy developments impacting the workplace, and address your most frequently asked questions.

If you have any questions that you would like to have addressed during the Weekly Briefing, please submit via email to

Previous FS Weekly Briefings

If you were unable to attend the earlier FS Weekly Briefings, you can access them below.

View FS April 27 Weekly Briefing  Overview of the operational changes and key developments from the federal agencies governing the workplace in response to the pandemic.

View FS April 20 Weekly Briefing – Providing an overview of the new Federal Guidelines, Federal Agency developments, and addressing FAQs.

View FS April 13 Weekly Briefing – Addressing legal and HR challenges in the current workplace.

View FS April 6 Weekly Briefing – Providing an update on key developments and the new and expanded unemployment benefit provisions under the PUA and FPUC.

View FS March 30 Weekly Briefing  Addressing the new federal paid sick and family leave enacted in the Family Friendly and CARES Acts.

Please forward this information to those in your organization who could benefit from these Weekly Briefings.

FortneyScott is based in our nation’s capital, and we are staying on top of the rapid developments relating to the coronavirus.  We are continuing to advise our clients and to assist the employer community in successfully addressing the COVID-19 pandemic challenges that employers are facing.