COVID-19 Precautionary Measures at MCLE


To observe recommended social distancing measures in response to the current public health crisis, MCLE programs will be presented only via webcast through December. Circumstances permitting, in-person programming will resume after the new year.
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Where the ADA & COVID-19 Meet: The 60-Minute Lawyer

Emerging issues in employment law and reasonable accommodation

  • Product Number: 2200388WBC
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    COVID-19 has upended virtually every aspect of the business community, including rights and obligations that control the employer-employee relationship. As states move forward with reopening plans, business need to navigate questions which have not been asked before: Does coronavirus qualify as a disability under the ADA? Is an employee who does not have COVID-19, but has an underlying medical condition which puts them at risk of serious complications from the virus entitled to reasonable accommodation? What types of accommodations might be necessary as a result of COVID-19?

    This program answers these questions and provides best practices for employers, as well as guidance for employees who are reentering the work environment.

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    Thomas P. Murphy, Esq., Disability Law Center, Inc., Northampton