As states across the country begin easing COVID-19 social distancing restrictions, companies are faced with the challenge of engineering a safe and legally defensible framework for transitioning employees back into the office environment. But due to the extraordinary nature of the pandemic, corporate legal departments may find themselves pivoting further in the direction of technology instead of outside attorneys as they look for rapid-fire guidance through uncharted territory.

At least that’s what the folks over at SixFifty—law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati‘s tech subsidiary—were banking on this week as they rolled out a Return to Work Toolset, an automated platform that helps companies determine which employees can safely reenter the workplace. The solution also solicits employer responses to a series of questions around items such as the existence of corporate COVID-19 screening and testing plans to help businesses. The answers are then used to automatically generate relevant policies and guidelines.

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