In today's digital age, remote work has become increasingly prevalent, offering both opportunities and challenges for employers navigating immigration, cybersecurity and employment laws. Join Constangy attorneys Aaron Chang, Justin Coffey and Allie Prout for a webinar that will dive into the complexities and risks associated with managing a remote workforce from a legal standpoint. From compliance with immigration regulations to addressing employment law and cybersecurity issues in virtual environments, participants will gain valuable insights and strategies to mitigate potential liabilities and ensure legal compliance. This program is pending SHRM/HRCI credits.

In addition to discussing the steps employers can take to be sure they are up to date with these laws, Constangy’s attorneys will cover the following topics:

  • Legal Obligations: Understand the legal requirements and obligations imposed on employers and sponsored employees when working remotely.
  • Compliance Risks: Gain insights into the compliance risks associated with remote work arrangements, including visa violations and potential legal consequences under various cybersecurity and employment laws.
  • Mitigation Strategies: Learn effective strategies for mitigating risks and ensuring compliance with cybersecurity, employment and immigration laws while supporting remote work initiatives.
  • Case Studies: Explore real-world cases and scenarios to better understand the practical implications of remote work arrangements.

To register for the webinar, click here.

Aaron’s practice involves representing and advising employers in a range of issues including discrimination and harassment claims, wage and hour claims, and workplace policy formation and implementation. Aaron’s prior experience as in-house counsel at a global Korean food manufacturing company allows him to bring a unique perspective to employers he represents. While working in-house, he worked side by side with management on a daily basis to solve a wide range of issues. Knowing first-hand the pressures that business leaders face when weighing the risks and costs of their decisions allows Aaron to tailor his practice to best maximize returns for his clients. Aaron is also cognizant of the cultural issues that foreign companies face when operating in the United States, under U.S. law, and is able to assist companies in navigating those issues.

Justin is a seasoned immigration attorney that specializes in assisting corporate clients of all sizes with navigating the complex U.S. immigration system. Justin is distinguished by his collaborative approach partnering with employers to design, implement, and manage visa programs that support strategic talent acquisition and business operation goals. Justin has more than 14 years experience advising employers on all aspects of business immigration, and provides proactive advice to continually improve the management of visa programs. He advises on the entire spectrum of temporary and permanent visa options and provides advice tailored to the employer’s industry and culture. Justin brings a wealth of experience in immigration compliance, included I-9, E-Verify, and H-1B wage and hour matters.

Allie is a member of the Constangy Cyber Team and specializes in data privacy and contractual security requirements, and represents clients in high-stakes technology transactions involving intricate regulatory and business needs. She focuses her contracting practice on a wide range of IT-related areas, including software as a service (SaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), professional services, software, licensing, data survey, hosting, and other agreements. Allison counsels clients on a variety of national and international privacy regimes, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), state privacy and consumer protection laws (including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)) the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA), the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), New York Education Law 2-D, and industry best practices.

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