State-by-State Real Time Updates on Employment and Privacy-Related Rules, Regulations, Orders and Guidance

As jurisdictions continue to respond to COVID-19 with new rules, regulations, orders and guidance, employers must ensure that they adhere to these requirements as they manage business operations.

To assist multi-state employers as they navigate these developments, we have created ProTrack COVID-19, a state and local tracker tool. Our proprietary tracker allows employers to search the legal requirements in the jurisdictions where they conduct business, and provides realtime updates.

Key features

  • Access to our database of COVID-19 employment and privacy-related state and local rules, regulations, orders and guidance – updated in real-time.
  • Interactive map feature to drill down to state-specific COVID-related requirements.
  • Custom notifications based on applicable jurisdictions.
  • View and download customized reports.

Request Access

Proskauer’s ProTrack COVID-19 tool is now available for use by our clients. Please contact your relationship lawyer to request access.

Client hereby acknowledges and agrees that the ProTrack COVID19 is intended to consolidate state and local regulations and guidelines relevant to COVID restrictions and re-opening, and is not intended to, and does not, provide legal advice. Client hereby disclaims any reliance on the ProTrack COVID19 for legal advice and agrees to affirmatively seek such advice whenever Client deems it appropriate. Client acknowledges and agrees that although the firm endeavors to update the ProTrack COVID19 on a regular basis, guidance is changing frequently and there may be a delay in the appearance of changes to the information reflected in the tracker. In addition, Client acknowledges that the information displayed in the ProTrack COVID19 may not always capture recent changes, and, in the event of Client’s planned reliance on specific information, Client agrees to take such steps as may be appropriate to verify the information in question. Client acknowledges that the firm is making the ProTrack COVID19 available “as is”, that planned or unplanned technical or operational issues may from time to time interfere with the availability or responsiveness of the ProTrack COVID19, and that the firm disclaims all representations and warranties with respect to the ProTrack COVID19, including with respect to the ability to access it at any particular time. The firm reserves the right to modify the features and functionality of the ProTrack COVID19, or to discontinue its availability, at any time. Finally, Client agrees that it shall not share with any third party credentials issued by Proskauer to access the ProTrack COVID19.

Photo of Ryan Blaney Ryan Blaney

Ryan Blaney represents health care, life science, and technology clients in a range of regulatory, enforcement, internal investigative and transactional matters, with particular expertise in privacy law, life sciences and digital health. He also has expertise in regulatory compliance, counseling clients on a…

Ryan Blaney represents health care, life science, and technology clients in a range of regulatory, enforcement, internal investigative and transactional matters, with particular expertise in privacy law, life sciences and digital health. He also has expertise in regulatory compliance, counseling clients on a range of matters, including health care fraud and abuse, third party reimbursement, data breach issues, data privacy and security, and FDA regulatory matters. He has substantial experience in pharmaceutical lifecycle management and competition issues, including the Hatch- Waxman Act and Biosimilars Price Competition and Innovations Act.

Ryan serves information technology companies, public and private health care companies, hospitals and physician organizations, manufacturers, medical device companies, and health plans. He guides venture capital groups, private equity funds, investment banks, and other investors on health care regulatory issues in connection with financing, mergers and acquisitions, and restructuring.

Ryan’s work is greatly informed by his experience as a teacher. Prior to attending law school, Ryan earned a master’s degree in education and taught at an under-resourced Catholic middle school. He is known for his ability to communicate clearly and to coordinate large teams working on complex matters. Outside of his health law practice, Ryan has been repeatedly recognized for his public service and pro bono work. He has successfully handled numerous education-related cases, helped establish three nonprofit organizations and defended qualified recipients of disability benefits.

Photo of Evandro Gigante Evandro Gigante

Evandro Gigante is a partner in the Labor & Employment Law Department and co-head of the Employment Litigation & Arbitration group and the Hiring & Terminations group. He represents and counsels clients through a variety of labor and employment matters, including allegations of…

Evandro Gigante is a partner in the Labor & Employment Law Department and co-head of the Employment Litigation & Arbitration group and the Hiring & Terminations group. He represents and counsels clients through a variety of labor and employment matters, including allegations of race, gender, national origin, disability and religious discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful discharge, defamation and breach of contract. Evandro also counsels employers through reductions-in-force and advises clients on restrictive covenant issues, such as confidentiality, non-compete and non-solicit agreements.

With a focus on discrimination and harassment matters, Evandro has extensive experience representing clients before federal and state courts. He has tried cases in court and before arbitrators and routinely represents clients before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, as well as state and local human rights commissions.

Photo of Harris Mufson Harris Mufson

Harris M. Mufson is a partner in Proskauer’s Labor & Employment Law Department, where he serves as co-head of the Firm’s Whistleblowing & Retaliation Practice Group and the Disability, Accommodation & Leave Management Practice Group. He is highly regarded as a trusted advisor…

Harris M. Mufson is a partner in Proskauer’s Labor & Employment Law Department, where he serves as co-head of the Firm’s Whistleblowing & Retaliation Practice Group and the Disability, Accommodation & Leave Management Practice Group. He is highly regarded as a trusted advisor to clients in a wide range of industries regarding significant employment issues. Harris has vast expertise in employment matters, representing employers in disputes regarding discrimination and retaliation, whistleblowing, sexual harassment, wrongful discharge, defamation, breach of contract, wage and hour, and restrictive covenants. In addition to litigating, Harris counsels clients on compliance with employment-related laws, as well as the development, implementation and enforcement of personnel policies and procedures. Additionally, he has conducted numerous internal investigations regarding sensitive employment matters.