Although the COVID-19 pandemic has forced almost every court in the U.S. to cancel in-person hearings and postpone trials, lawyers are still actively representing business clients in court and arbitration. Law360 recently published an article by attorneys Stephen Zralek and Maria Campbell where they predict how the pandemic will change business litigation long after the stay-at-home orders are lifted.
Stephen has dedicated his career as a commercial litigator to helping clients resolve complex disputes involving class actions, copyrights, trademarks, rights of publicity, trade secrets, non-compete violations, defamation, domain disputes, and disputes in the business and entertainment arenas. He routinely appears in federal court, chancery court and the Tennessee Business Court, at both the trial and appellate levels.
Maria’s practice focuses on business litigation and labor employment law representing companies and individuals. She has extensive experience in matters concerning race discrimination, gender and pregnancy discrimination, FMLA violations, retaliatory discharge, FLSA noncompetition disputes, employment discrimination, and alternative dispute resolutions.
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