COVID-19 Considerations – The Myriad of Corporate, Tax, and Employment Considerations with Remote Working



Date & Time

Start Date: 09/17/2020
Start Time: 1:00 pm
End Time: 2:00 pm EST


Employers are facing significant challenges when it comes to employees continuing to work remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beyond the determinations of which employees may or may not be able to work remotely, there are significant corporate registration and tax implications as well. This webinar will present a multi-practice discussion on the necessary considerations for employers, including:

  • Business registration requirements in the state where the remote work is occurring and the potential consequences for failing to register, such as the unenforceability of certain contracts, civil penalties and fees, and state attorney general enforcement actions.
  • Guidance on licensing requirements for certain individuals who work from home or in a different state for a longer period of time.
  • Practical guidance on withholding and other tax responsibilities due to employees working remotely in new or different states.
  • The latest update on the U.S. Department of Labor guidance on tracking remote work for wage and hour obligations, and other employment law considerations.

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Barbara Müller


(612) 260-9052

Michael C. Schmidt

Vice Chair, Labor & Employment Department

(212) 453-3937

Cheryl A. Upham

Vice Chair, Tax

(215) 665-4193

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