New York, NY (Law Firm Newswire) April 29, 2020 – Lipsky Lowe LLP, a premier New York-based employment practice is pleased to announce the release of its COVID-19 Employment Law Guide. This vital resource informs the public about recent federal and New York laws on employment-related benefits and leaves of absence due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The guide is available as a free digital download in PDF format through our website, which you can access by going to this link: https://lipskylowe.com/covid-19-and-the-law/
At Lipsky Lowe, we intend to continue providing trustworthy advice and guidance to employers and employees alike during these troubling times. By providing a comprehensive review of the federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act and New York’s Quarantine Leave Law, we hope to address many workplace concerns in the weeks and months ahead.
While it remains to be seen when businesses in New York and throughout the nation will restart onsite operations, employers have an obligation to provide their employees with a safe work environment. Obviously, the COVID-19 crisis raises unprecedented challenges in terms of employer liability and workers’ compensation claims.
Similarly, it is crucial for employees to be aware of their rights to sick days, leaves of absence, and other employment benefits now and in future. When consulting with Lipsky Lowe, individuals can be rest assured that all legal rights will be protected.
To learn more about how we are adapting our practice to navigate the COVID-19 crisis or to obtain a free copy of Lipsky Lowe’s COVID-19 Employment Law Guide, please visit our website.
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Lipksy Lowe LLP is a premier employment law firm serving clients in New York, New Jersey and throughout the nation regarding employment related disputes. Our practice is dedicated to educating employers about their legal obligations and helping employees enforce their rights. When someone becomes a client, Lipsky Lowe is the strength in their corner.
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