With a growing number of COVID-19 cases around the U.S., companies are flooding their attorneys with questions over how to deal with the pandemic. Privacy challenges regarding asking and sharing workers’ health information are also highly requested, lawyers said.

“Right now the outbreak does pose a lot more challenges with how you protect employees and the public and not disclose [their] information,” said Dora Wang, a partner in Reed Smith’s global regulatory enforcement group. 

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