On Monday, June 22nd, New York City –reopened to Phase Two businesses – including offices (including law firms, real estate and many other professional services).  New York City is the final region in New York State to have entered this phase which comes three months after the closure of all non-essential businesses under

Although a few counties and cities of Maryland continue to impose additional restrictions, Maryland, including Baltimore City, has lifted its stay-at-home order and is proceeding with its three stages of reopening as outlined in Maryland Strong: A Road to Recovery. Nevertheless, Maryland encourages those employees who are able to work at home to continue

On March 21, 2020, Governor Murphy issued Executive Order 107 directing that businesses, including commercial and professional offices, must accommodate their workforce, wherever practical, for telework or work-from-home arrangements.  To the extent employees are unable to perform their jobs via work-from-home arrangements, businesses are required to use best efforts to reduce on-site staff to the