WE CAN DO THIS: REOPENING THE NON-PUBLIC OFFICE SECTOR AND KEEPING IT OPEN DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

co-authored by Christine Gottesman, Esq., Special Counsel at Nukk-Freeman & Cerra, P.C. in Chatham and Kelly Deere, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School.

Published by Westlaw from Rutgers Business Law Review 2020, October 2020.

 

INTRODUCTION:
No one said reopening businesses after a pandemic shutdown would be easy. Some businesses have shown unusual creativity in their reopening efforts…

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16 Rutgers Bus. L. Rev. 10
Rutgers Business Law Review
2020
COVID-19 Symposium
Article
Kelly Deere,  Christine Gottesman
Copyright © 2020 by Rutgers Business Law Review; Kelly Deere, Christine Gottesman

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