COVID-19 has caused unprecedented challenges on a global and personal scale. Expert lawyers are here to help guide you through these times. Browse lawyers handling COVID-19 cases by first selecting a country from the drop-down below.
Those who are making, selling and buying fake COVID-19 vaccine cards are facing federal and state charges.
Two Best Lawyers recognized attorneys weigh in on Georgia’s economy and declaring bankruptcy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shenna N. Johnson, Benjamin R. Foster, and David Clark
The disruption to businesses stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic that took hold in 2020 prompted renewed focus on corporate governance under emergency conditions.
The economic turmoil of COVID-19 has given cryptocurrency its moment in the spotlight. But are we, and more importantly our banks, ready for it?
James T. McBride
Employers can guard against the ongoing (and sure to increase) risk of COVID-19-related employment claims by using these defensive strategies to mitigate their exposure to them ahead of time.
Adam Malone's success leading Malone Law was matched by his contributions to Georgia's COVID-19 Judicial Task Force, which shaped how the state approached legal proceedings during the most disruptive time in modern U.S. history.
Alyson M. St. Pierre, Crystal S. Wildeman, and Ashley C. Pack
It’s not easy for employers to weigh requests from employees to work from afar, even in the wake of the pandemic. Considerations include COVID-19, vaccinations, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the nature of the job itself.
Candace E. Johnson
With the COVID-19 vaccine more widely available now, many employers are asking if they can require employees to receive the vaccine and what risks are involved in doing so.
The top players in the legal community in Pennsylvania have done their part to help stop the spread of COVID-19 by pivoting to remote arrangements and embracing new technologies. We asked three of our Best Lawyers recognized attorneys for their perspective of Pennsylvania’s legal life in 2021.
Alan S. Pierce
With apologies to the Bard: When it comes to potential COVID-19 exposure on the job, and the attendant workers’-compensation claims, to pay or not to pay? That is the question.
Patrick M. Shelby
Among its uncountable other disruptions, the pandemic upended U.S. bankruptcy procedures. Congressional relief, legislative changes, amended legal provisions: What lies ahead for those looking to file?
What you need to know about mandates for vaccines and masks in the workplace.
H. Barber Boone
The pandemic has affected the vital process of legal discovery in ways both good and bad. Which changes are likely to become widely accepted in the years ahead?
Vaccine uptake has become one of the most contentious issues in American life. Divorced parents who disagree about it are creating a welter of new custody cases in family court—and precedent is scarce.
Land Use and Zoning Law Austin, TX
Jody E. Briandi
The pandemic has upended many law firms’ internal culture and their lawyers’ work habits, in many ways for the better. As we approach 2022, how can we consolidate those positive effects to transform the practice of law (and our personal lives) for the better?
Ensuring probity and above-board behaviour in both the public and private sector is always important—and that importance can be particularly stark during a major crisis like the pandemic. An overview of a year’s worth of commissions and inquiries.
Scams related to the pandemic have been a major growth industry the last 12 months. Here’s what to watch out for—and how to fight back.
Is vaccine liability on the menu for restaurant owners in 2021?
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, personal injury firm Block O’Toole & Murphy is on track for its most successful year.
Christopher W. Martin
Without Congressional action, the years ahead will see a tsunami of suits filed against the insurance industry for COVID-19-related claims. Our intensive surveys shed some disturbing light on potential jurors’ attitudes and perspectives.
Amid Covid-19 economic uncertainty, Congress has continued to tinker with the Small Business Reorganization Act. How will the reworked law change bankruptcy preference litigation?
Anthony J. Enea
It's important to be prepared for life-threatening emergencies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are six basic estate planning documents and advanced directives that everyone should have in order to deal with any potential health crisis.