Responding to COVID-19
Our Responding to COVID-19 Resource Center provides a wide-range of legal and business insight to help clients respond to the challenges they are facing due to the global outbreak.
OUR COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
We are committed to promoting a diverse workforce and an inclusive firm culture. From the firm-wide committees and programs that we sponsor to our partnerships with diversity organizations and our clients, diversity truly drives our business.
As we previously reported, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) overhauled 42 U.S.C. §290dd–2, commonly referred to as “part 2.”
When this all started in March, many employers had never contemplated a stand down and most had not heard of Section 524 of the Fair Work Act. Fast forward four months and now employers have choices about stand down.
As climate change accelerates, clashes between states over water rights are heating up due to this resulting strained resource.
K&L Gates lawyers have contributed to a number of articles and commentaries regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and its legal implications on industries around the world.
The next in our COVID-19 series on navigating the path to recovery discusses getting people back into work and their workplaces in Australia.
Companies are seeing unprecedented business impacts due to the COVID-19 pandemic. How can companies during this time not only survive but thrive?
COVID-19 has transformed the way businesses across the globe create products and go-to-market, especially when these products are launched during a pandemic.
We are committed to providing an environment where lawyers and business professionals can DISCOVER their career path, DEVELOP their talents, and THRIVE in a dynamic legal landscape.
We are looking for talented people to join our innovative, globally integrated platform.
As a firm, we reject racism and social injustice. We believe that education is key to activate change. We recently hosted a three-part speaker series titled, Conversations About Race. We had conversations with Derrick Johnson, President and CEO of the NAACP; Dr. Harry Williams, President and CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund; and the Honorable Bernice B. Donald who offered valuable insight.