Clark Hill Labor & Employment attorney Paul Starkman appears on WBBM News Radio
Clark Hill Labor & Employment attorney Paul Starkman recently appeared on WBBM News Radio “Coronavirus Isolation Order Extended: What Now?” to share his knowledge on employment rules and how they've adapted during the COVID-19 outbreak. Starkman said that under the new rules, employees who have been furloughed will be entitled to unemployment. He also mentioned that employers are who considered essential businesses are required to provide safe work places for their employees, which may include extra cleaning and protective gear.
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Starkman is a Member in Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment group, based in the firm’s Chicago office. Starkman focuses his practice on labor and employment law counseling, litigation and transactions. As a litigator, he has successfully represented clients in federal and state courts as well as in arbitrations across the country.
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