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Hogan Lovells Publications

Consumer sector COVID-19 resource guide

The Hogan Lovells Consumer team recognizes the challenges that you are facing during this uncertain time. Businesses are reshaping the way they operate, and consumers are changing the way...

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COVID-19 considerations: vacation and PTO

As we predicted in our April 8, 2020 blog post on the topic (re-posted below), employees are bracing for a ‘PTO Bomb’ as vacation-starved employees make time-off requests.

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Re-open for business in the UK: How to safely re-open restaurants, pubs, and bars

The government has announced that on 4 July 2020, it will commence the third stage of its plan to ease the 'lockdown' restrictions implemented in England due to COVID-19. Following the re-op...

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Recent developments in Australia's oil and gas sector

This publication looks at some of the major issues affecting participants in the Australian oil and gas industry as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic together with other recent developments ...

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OSHA issues return-to-work guidance for non-essential businesses

On Thursday, June 18, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published a pamphlet with “guidance to assist employers and workers in safely returning to work and...

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“You’re gonna need a bigger boat”: COVID-19 reopening protocols require Hollywood to adopt significant changes to production

Hollywood got the greenlight to resume film and television productions from Los Angeles County Public Health officials last week. But art – like life – in a COVID-19 world could ...

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Are you ready for D.C. paid family/medical leave on July 1? Questions and answers for employers, including benefits coordination

Benefits will be available to employees under the District of Columbia's paid family and medical leave program, known as D.C. Paid Family Leave (DCPFL), starting July 1, 2020. As discussed...

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The UK’s revised Job Retention Scheme

On 20 March 2020 the UK government announced its coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (JRS), which allowed businesses to place employees on furlough (temporary leave of absence) and reclaim 80% ...

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Employment News: tribunals, redundancy, disability, COVID-19

Weekly newsletter on employment matters.

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