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Cortlin Bond is an associate in the Litigation Practice Group. She represents clients in a variety of general litigation matters and assists healthcare providers with legal issues that arise from the daily operation of healthcare facilities. In addition to handling healthcare and general litigation matters, Cortlin assists employers with a variety of labor and employment matters, including workplace investigations, the defense of federal employment claims, and the defense of employment claims predicated on state law tort and contract theories.

Employees Miffed by Your Monitoring of Company Devices? Give Notice Now to Hopefully Avoid Annoyance LaterWe’ve talked about social media policies several times over the years, but it’s been a while since we’ve discussed monitoring your employees’ work phones, emails, and internet usage. As you most likely know, you can and probably should monitor employees’ work phones, emails, and internet usage. You never know when someone outside the business will

EEOC Locks onto Bostock: New Guidance on Sexual Orientation and Other Gender IssuesYou may recall our blog post last summer recapping the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia that held discrimination based on sexual orientation is prohibited by Title VII.  After that decision, we encouraged each of you to update your EEO and harassment policies, update your application forms and websites, train your

The Doctor Will See You Now via Telemedicine and It May Qualify as Treatment under the FMLAAs you already know, COVID-19 changed almost everything, and some of those things are likely here to stay (or at least for a while longer). One widespread change is the use of videoconferencing, including in the medical field. An increase in the use of videoconferences to treat patients (aka telemedicine or telehealth) and efforts to