As employers and workers navigate the re-opening of the workplace post-pandemic, it is worth considering certain key principles in employment law and their application in the return to work.
Safia J. Lakhani
Safia J. Lakhani is an associate at Iler Campbell LLP, and a contributor to rabble's Pro Bono column. Safia practices in civil litigation, assisting non-profits on construction disputes and other litigation matters.
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