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Current Covid-19 Employment Concerns: New legislation, paying employees, performance expectations, and lessons learned

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Kathryn Beaumont Murphy
Counsel @Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
Kathryn Beaumont Murphy advises educational institutions, including independent K-12 schools, colleges and universities, on legal and risk management matters. Prior to joining the Firm, Kathryn was in-house counsel and compliance manager for a K-12 school in Massachusetts with boarding students at the upper school level. Her work there included counseling the headmaster, school principals, and other senior administrators, as well as the board of directors, on issues involving students, including discipline, anti-bullying and enrollment. She also provided advice on issues involving employees, particularly personnel, separation and retirement plan matters. Kathryn also negotiated and drafted third-party contracts, including procurement, real estate and software. Kathryn spearheaded the institution's analysis of and response to new GDPR global data privacy regulations, including drafting and implementing privacy policies.
Harriet E. Cooperman
Partner @Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
Harriet Cooperman focuses her practice on representing management in a wide variety of labor and employment law matters. Her clients include domestic and international public and private entities across a broad range of industries, including but not limited to manufacturing, financial services, professional services, healthcare, insurance, legal, consulting, technology, construction, entertainment, wholesale, and retail, as well as governmental entities and nonprofits. Harriet is the Chair of the Maryland State Higher Education Labor Relations Board, and has been a member of the Board since its inception in 2001. She originally was appointed to the Board by Governor Parris Glendening and reappointed to successive terms by Governors Robert Ehrlich, Martin O'Malley and Larry Hogan. Harriet has been an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she taught traditional labor law and employment discrimination law.