A federal worker civil rights agency has temporarily paused closing investigations of workplace discrimination claims in response to the coronavirus crisis, effectively giving workers more time to file lawsuits against employers.
Health centers and hospitals bracing for the next wave of Covid-19 patients say they’re watching how providers in cities like New York and Seattle deal with large numbers of cases and worry about how they’ll manage the load.
Cahill Gordon & Reindel has announced it will suspend its 2020 summer associate program due to coronavirus safety concerns, as much of Big Law rethinks how to go move forward with this annual staple of new attorney recruitment.
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly resigned Tuesday after an uproar over his decision to remove -- and then ridicule -- the commander of a U.S. aircraft carrier who demanded that the Pentagon do more to stop a coronavirus outbreak spreading through his ship.
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