With the passage of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), employees have questions about what the law does and doesn’t provide to those impacted by the coronavirus and COVID-19. In this article we’ll answer 7 of the most pressing questions employees face while the U.S. prepares for (and deals with) this historic contagion.
Employment attorney Jennifer Spencer has been named to the 2021 list of Best Lawyers for the seventh consecutive year. Ms. Spencer, founder of Jackson Spencer Law, has built her practice on advocating for employees who are experiencing difficulties in the workplace.
For the second consecutive year, D Magazine has selected Jennifer Spencer, managing partner of Jackson Spencer Law, for inclusion on its annual list of the Best Lawyers in Dallas. The 2020 list recognized her work in the area of labor and employment law.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) went into effect on April 1 and the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) gave employers until April 18 to comply with the law, after which employers who fail to comply will face DOL enforcement actions and could be subject to individual lawsuits.