In a new article featured in the Daily Journal, employment lawyer David E. Hatch reviews the challenges employers face as offices re-open, as well as the obligations owed to employees previously laid-off during the COVID-19 pandemic.
IRVINE, CALIFORNIA – David E. Hatch has published a new analysis on obligations companies have to members of their workforce laid-off during COVID-19. The article, titled “As California Reopens, Employers Have Duties to Laid-off Employees,” was published in the Daily Journal and examines the impact recently-passed Senate Bill 93 has on workers, particularly employees in the hospitality industry.
Mr. Hatch, who is based in Southern California, focuses on defending clients in commercial litigation, particularly cases involving employment disputes. He represents employers on a wide range of employment issues including discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment, misclassification, and wage and hour violations.
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Klinedinst congratulates Mr. Hatch on the publication of this Perspective piece, and his efforts to keep California employers ahead of constantly-evolving regulations. Click here to learn more about Mr. Hatch’s background.
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