In addition to directly advising our clients on matters related to the coronavirus, we also keep our community up-to-date through timely alerts, presentations and webinars, guides and fact sheets, and publications in major outlets. We will continue to update this page with our latest news and analysis.
On this page you will find information regarding our dedicated and interdisciplinary Coronavirus Task Force—as well as two subgroups, one dedicated to urgent employment, labor, and business continuity concerns and another dedicated to providing national and regional coronavirus insurance coverage counsel. In addition, you can also browse our continuously updated library of coronavirus resources and thought leadership.
On February 9, 2022, Governor Kathy Hochul announced that the New York Statewide Mask Mandate will not be renewed past its expiration on February 10, 2022. This has a great impact on the requirements for mask-wearing among the general public. However, there are several important distinctions.
For more news, analysis, and guidance, click below to learn more about our available resources and the capabilities of our dedicated coronavirus teams.
Coronavirus: Response Teams and Resources
Attorneys and professionals across our footprint spend each day advising clients in a variety of industries on evolving legal and regulatory matters related to the coronavirus pandemic. These attorneys—comprising our national Coronavirus Rapid Response Task Force—collaboratively advise clients on the most critical questions that face them today, from employment and labor matters to fast-evolving regulatory concerns and unanticipated liability claims and business litigation.
Our Coronavirus Employment and Labor Rapid Response Team exists to handle all of the most pressing issues facing employers in the unprecedented business environment created by the coronavirus pandemic. Led by senior attorneys from our Employment and Labor practice, this group provides daily counsel to a diverse client community on issues including workplace safety, changes to employment policies, interpretation of new state and federal laws and guidance, labor issues, layoffs and staff reductions, the defense of employment-related claims, and strategic communications to internal and external stakeholders.
Goldberg Segalla’s Global Insurance Services practice—home to one of the largest collection of senior insurance coverage attorneys in the nation—serves multiple leading insurers on national and regional coronavirus coverage panels. Our dedicated Coronavirus Coverage Team includes many senior coverage partners across our national footprint, allowing us to coordinate and ensure consistency in our approach to coronavirus claims, while avoiding taking any position in one claim or in one jurisdiction that could disadvantage a client in another.
Click here to learn more and access our team roster.
Goldberg Segalla has been on the forefront of the evolving coronavirus global health crisis, advising our clients through alerts and presentations as well as the broader legal, insurance, and business communities through publications in major outlets.