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COVID-19 FAQs: Updated June 23, 2020

The recent novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has caused significant disruption to the global economy, and it has the potential to create a lasting impact on the business operations of companies worldwide. We are advising our clients on several legal issues related to the situation, including workplace safety, data protection and business continuity, supply-chain disruption and more, as well as offering counsel in connection to specific challenges faced in various industries.

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NLRB Rules That Charge Nurses May Be Supervisors


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In a long-awaited decision with broad implications, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled that charge nurses may qualify as "supervisors" who are ineligible for collective bargaining based on their assigning and directing other nurses or staff. This ruling has significantly altered the labor-relations landscape for hospitals and other healthcare employers. For an explanation of what this means for you, as well as a more detailed analysis of the ruling and its background, please click "Download PDF" to view Ropes & Gray's alert.

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