How the Pandemic Impacts Arbitrators and Mediators
With Martin Scheinman
Scheinman Institute founder and noted arbitrator and mediator Martin Scheinman has found that there has been significant benefits to the use of virtual hearings due to the pandemic. He explains why this has occurred and how it may be beneficial post COVID.
How the Pandemic Impacts Plaintiff Attorneys
With Douglas Wigdor
Employment attorney Douglas Wigdor discusses how workplace issues of diversity and discrimination have been impacted by the pandemic, including an increase in potentially illegal layoffs and firings.
How the Pandemic Impacts Management Litigators
With Kenneth Kirschner
Litigator Kenneth Kirschner, whose practice focuses on workplace issues from a management perspective, talks about the pluses and minuses of litigation during the pandemic, including virtual witness cross-examination.
How the Pandemic Impacts Ombuds
With Sarah Miller Espinosa
Ombuds Sarah Miller Espinosa has seen a dramatic increase in cases dealing with workplace inequities as a result of the pandemic. She examines the current and long-term implications.
How the Pandemic Impacts Union Advocates
With Gwynne Wilcox
Gwynne Wilcox is an attorney and union advocate who works with SEIU 1199, which represents healthcare workers. She explores how the pandemic has created special concerns for employees on the frontlines in patient care.