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1 Answer | Asked in Health Care Law for Michigan on
Q: In Michigan can I record a nurse or doc discussing my parent care if I told he/she I was recording this conversation?

In Michigan how do I protect my parent from any wrong doing in a hospital when I'm not being allow to see parent or be with him due to COVID19 epidemic which my parent is (-) at moment?

In michigan how do I properly audio record any conversation legally over phone or in person?... Read more »

Brent T. Geers
Brent T. Geers answered on Mar 31, 2020

In the current situation, health care facilities have great latitude to determine ways to best protect patients and staff. And in most cases, that starts with restricting visitors.

Is your parent able to communicate at the moment? If so, then it's them that would need to give or get...
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2 Answers | Asked in Employment Law, Business Law, Civil Rights and Health Care Law for California on
Q: My company does not comply with the State of California's "Stay at Home" order and is not within the critical businesses

While many of my company's employees have began working from home, a few departments are being required to go into the facility to continue work.

The company is not within any of the critical business sectors outlined within... Read more »

Louis George Fazzi
Louis George Fazzi answered on Mar 21, 2020

First, you should comply with the state Stay at Home order as best you can. If you have a critical position within the company, you should discuss the issue with your immediate management or someone in Human Resources, if there is one in your company. Generally, use good common sense for yourself... Read more »

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2 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Health Care Law for Florida on
Q: there are confirmed cases of COVID-19 at my workplace, and the management team has not notified any staff

My management team has not notified any staff members of the cases of COVID-19, and have hidden the cases to an extent. The employees have found out due to word of mouth from close friends of the effected individuals, and I am working on getting contact with the individuals themselves. Assuming the... Read more »

Jay P. Lechner Esq.
Jay P. Lechner Esq. answered on Mar 19, 2020

This morning, the President signed into law the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act, which provides 2-weeks paid leave to certain employees (not in the health care field) for a number of reasons, including if they have been advised by a health care provider to self-quarantine due to concerns related to... Read more »

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