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Rachel LaBruyere joined the firm in Fall 2019 as an associate in the Litigation Practice Group.

While in law school, Rachel gained a breadth of litigation experience working for the ACLU of North Carolina, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s trial and appellate practices.

Consider the Circumstances: What to Expecting When You’re Expecting Employees to Return to Work and They RefuseAs states begin to ease COVID-19 restrictions and individuals start to determine their own levels of acceptable risk, employers face yet another set of issues related to getting employees back to work. After many of you quickly pivoted to remote work to comply with stay-at-home orders, you are now reverse-engineering solutions to a new problem:

Pandemic Planning: But What About the Other “P Word” in Your Re-opening Plans? (Hint: It’s Privacy)We are two months into the declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic, and a handful of states are starting to ease restrictions. With relaxation of the rules, employers are developing plans to re-open and bring employees back to the workplace. As this flurry of planning takes place, the focus (rightfully so) will be on keeping employees

Do We Really Have to Get Dressed and Go Into Work? Guideposts for Re-Opening After COVID-19 Authors: Rachel LaBruyere, Anne Yuengert and Craig Oliver Tags: Coronavirus, PoliciesIs your state starting to lift COVID-19 restrictions? Are you migrating your workforce back into the office from furlough or from remote work? Are you trying to figure out how to do this and just wish someone would give you a straight answer on how to keep everyone safe? We know this is hard, and