Clark Hill Attorney Stephanie Rawitt Published in Law360
Clark Hill Attorney Stephanie Rawitt was recently published in Law360. Her article, “2020's Top Pa. Employment Law Changes, And What's Ahead,” serves as an overview of employment law as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the swift government action at both the state and federal levels, and how the employment landscape changed in the blink of an eye in 2020.
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Rawitt provides legal services and advice on employment matters to a variety of clients including hospitals, medical practices, retirement communities, assisted living facilities, home healthcare companies, public entities, nonprofit organizations, private businesses, colleges, universities, and corporations. She works specifically with human resources departments to create, manage, and maintain the most current employment policies and procedures, ensuring that companies are in compliance with ever-changing federal, state, and local laws.
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