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At Marshall Forman and Schlein, we rely on our 33 years of litigation experience to provide zealous representation and thoughtful advice, with an emphasis on our client’s goals and futures



(Updated March 25, 2020)

The coronavirus pandemic, sometimes referred to as COVID-19, has created a lot of uncertainty and concern for all of us and our families. You may be wondering how the virus will affect your employment and what rights you have if you cannot work because you or a family member becomes infected, or if you are laid off or even terminated by your employer. Fortunately, new federal legislation was passed that may help during these difficult times.

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) is now law. This law will become effective on April 1, 2020, and will provide some relief to employees who work for any size company with up to 500 employees. The FFCRA has two laws that will help employees – the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act (“EPSLA”) and the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act (“EFMLEA”).

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At Marshall Forman and Schlein, we believe that every client is entitled to an experienced assessment of their goals, aspirations and careers. Whether you are a victim of sexual harassment, an executive whose contract was not honored, a victim of police abuse or malicious prosecution, or a worker cheated out of overtime pay, we offer candid advice for your individual situation. If your case requires negotiation or litigation, you can rely on our carefully built reputation and 33 years of experience. Your case is about your goals, and we will work to meet them.

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