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Kathryn (Kamil) Canale of Bradley & Gmelich Kathryn (Kamil) Canale of Bradley & Gmelich

COVID-19 has caused many businesses to dramatically shift the way they do business and address employees. In March, many businesses shifted employees home, leaving skyscrapers that once bustled with people practically empty. Many businesses did not survive. For others, who have employees productively working at home, it begs the question as to whether companies will continue to incur the expense of large commercial office space. Likewise, new issues with employment practices have arisen with the shift to telework, from technology issues to basic employment practices.

For many, the way business is conducted has forever changed and that is not without legal repercussions and considerations that we have only just begun to comprehend. Two of the most significant areas affected have been commercial leases and employees.  

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