Blog Post
By Alexander Reich and Jason Tremblay

Under Chicago’s new COVID-19 Anti-Retaliation Ordinance, employers face harsh penalties for terminating employees who follow COVID-19-related stay at home, quarantine or isolation orders.

Blog Post
By Kevin M. Levy and Jonathan A. Havens and Kermit J. Nash and Dena B. Calo

Starting June 5, Pennsylvania restaurants will be permitted to resume somewhat-normal dining service. Limitations have been set for counties across the state depending on their current phase of reopening. Click here to read more about what limitations have been put in place from county to county.

Blog Post
By Ira M. Shepard

Ira Shepard, of counsel with Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, provides an overview of cases and regulatory actions during the May 2020 edition of HR and the Courts.

This month’s issues include:

Blog Post
By Angella N. Middleton

Pennsylvania legislation enacted on March 27, 2020, requires employers to provide all terminated, furloughed, or voluntarily separating employees with certain information related to unemployment compensation benefits. The new law, Act 9 of 2020, is one of the many statewide efforts to assist the thousands of Pennsylvanians losing their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.