DEF Institutes Mandatory Work-From-Home Status in Response to COVID-19
"In order to decrease the spread of COVID-19, and in compliance with the CDC's recommendations to implement the use of social distancing strategies, Drew Eckl & Farnham has made the decision to institute a mandatory work-from -home status for all of our offices starting on March 17.
Despite the closing of our physical offices, we will continue providing our clients with exceptional legal services." ... Continue Reading
Attorney Neil Brunetz was quoted in "Safety First, or it Will Cost You" an article by Newsday discussing why he believes companies must remain proactive about maintaining a safe work place. ... Continue Reading
Do you fall under OSHA's General Industry Classification? Do you need an Emergency Action Plan (EAP)? Do you have one in place that is in compliance?
General Industry Emergency Action plans under OSHA (CFR 1910.38) are broken down into 6 parts. ... Continue Reading
ConstructionDive quoted Attorney Neil Brunetz in "Hard Rock Hotel Project Collapse Sparks New Investigation", which explores a number of different claims that have emerged from the investigation, that may have contributed to the building collapsing. ... Continue Reading
Attorney Neil Brunetz was quoted in "The Dotted Line: Legal Steps For Shutting Down a Dangerous Jobsite, an article on ConstructionDive that thoroughly analyzes the complex legal landscape of the construction industry. ... Continue Reading
Industry Today published "Workers' Comp 101 for Manufacturers" by Partner Jim Anderson, where he discusses several tips for claim prevention and handling, prior to and immediately following the initial report of an injury. ... Continue Reading