The New Normal – Adapting to a Virtual Workplace and Other Issues Relating to COVID-19

February 23, 2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Online - Go-To Meeting

The New Normal – Adapting to a Virtual Workplace and Other Issues Relating to COVID-19

Tuesday, February 23, 2021 @ 4:00pm - via Go-To Meeting

Speaker:  Mr. Mendy Halberstam, Attorney at Law w/ Jackson Lewis, P.C.

Mendy spoke @ our 2019 HR Martin Legal Conference - and he recieved raved reviews on his session!!


Many employers are envisioning what the workplace will look like in the near future. While some work cannot be done remotely, many companies were able to shift certain types of work to the virtual workplace in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. During this program, we will discuss what the new normal will look like as COVID-19 cases continue to rise, and discuss the benefits and drawbacks of remote work and the myriad of legal considerations.

Learn the benefits and drawback of remote work and how to address the legal considerations attendant to remote work.



      Mendy Halberstam is a Principal in the Miami office of Jackson Lewis P.C.

Mr. Halberstam, a Florida Bar Board Certified Specialist in Labor and Employment Law, has experience in state and federal civil rights litigation matters. Mr. Halberstam has represented parties before the EEOC, FCHR, and other agencies and he has handled litigations involving claims of race, age, disability and sex discrimination, as well as sexual harassment, retaliatory discharge, whistleblower retaliation, wage and hour, and non-compete/ restrictive covenant issues.

Mr. Halberstam holds Martindale-Hubbell’s prestigious “AV Preeminent” rating in Labor and Employment Law and in Litigation, and he has been named a Super Lawyers’ “Rising Star” each year between 2013-2019. Mr. Halberstam also has been named to the regular Super Lawyers for 2021, and has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America, under, Litigation - Labor and Employment, from 2018 to present.

Mr. Halberstam is the Co-Chair of the Wage and Hour Subcommittee of the Labor and Employment Section of the Florida Bar.  

Member/Non-Member:  $10.00

1 credit for SHRM/HRCI - Activity ID # will be provided after virtual meeting



$10.00 Member Ticket

$10.00 Non-Member Ticket