In a recent webinar hosted by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association and the Asian American Bar Association of New York, a group of Fortune 500 in-house legal leaders said their departments are at the center of the crisis response and they are focusing on how to bring employees back to work.

“We’re operating in a time of government-issued orders and lots of ambiguity with respect to those orders. How do you deal with employee issues and how do you deal with privacy issues?” David Hyman, general counsel of Netflix Inc. in San Francisco, said. “For better or for worse, the first place the operational folks seem to be looking is to the legal team.”

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