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COVID-19: Employers

Spencer Fane Attorney Highlights Employer Considerations When Returning to Work

Spencer Fane attorney Casey Murray was recently featured as an on-air guest with 98.1 KMBZ Radio to discuss a range of considerations employers should make as they plan for their teams to return to work.

Megan Meadows Provides Insight In Q&A Article On Employment Law Related To COVID-19 Issues

Spencer Fane attorney Megan Meadows was recently quoted in an article for the St. Louis Business Journal on how businesses can stay compliant with employment regulations while dealing with interruptions related to COVID-19.

BenefitsPRO Publishes Article From Greg Ash On The Need For Retirement Plan Sponsors to Take Immediate Action Following CARES Act Passage

Spencer Fane attorney Greg Ash recently published an article with BenefitsPRO, a leading ALM publication on employee benefits and labor and employment law, on the CARES Act and its effect on retirement plans.

BenefitsPRO Publishes Article From Beth Miller On SEC Extension Of Filing Period For Investment Advisers

Spencer Fane attorney Beth Miller recently authored an article for BenefitsPRO, a leading ALM publication on employee benefits and labor and employment law, on the SEC’s extension of the filing period for investment advisers due to COVID-19. Beth writes to provide information on conditions that must be met to rely on the order issued.

Greg Ash Authors Article For BenefitsPRO On The Need ERISA Fiduciaries To Actively Monitor Market Turbulence

Spencer Fane attorney Greg Ash recently published an article with BenefitsPRO, a leading ALM publication on employee benefits and labor and employment law, on the need for ERISA fiduciaries to actively monitor market turbulence related to COVID-19.

Helen Holden Explains Best Practices for Employers During COVID-19 Pandemic

Spencer Fane attorney Helen Holden was recently quoted in an article for the Phoenix Business Journal on staying compliant with Arizona’s employment regulations during the current spread of COVID-19.