Regulatory and Employment Concerns for Managers Reopening Their Offices

The nation’s economic reopening is proceeding in fits and starts. Managers that seek to return to on-site operations must be cognizant of the rules governing reopening and the new associated risks that they may face. A recent seminar hosted by Brian T. Davis and Dimitri G. Mastrocola, partners at international recruiting firm Major, Lindsey & Africa (MLA), looked at the formulation of reopening plans; communications with staff; personnel issues; legal and regulatory risks arising out of employees’ return to the office; and regulatory risks, including insider trading, which have persisted throughout the pandemic. The program featured Gibson Dunn partners Mylan L. Denerstein, Mary Beth Maloney, Mark K. Schonfeld and Greta B. Williams. This article distills their insights. For another collaboration from MLA and Gibson Dunn, see our two-part series on the Lynn Tilton trial: “Controversial Forum, Key Takeaways and Defense Themes” (Aug. 9, 2018); and “Principal Charges” (Aug. 23, 2018).

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