Morgan, Brown & Joy attorney Gregory A. Manousos will speak at a webinar hosted by the Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE), “COVID-19, the ADA, and Reasonable Accommodations,” on September 25, 2020. Manousos will discuss questions regarding the rights and responsibilities of schools, faculty, staff and students with respect to working on campus vs. remotely, making modifications to physical spaces to promote safety, and the implications of remote learning.
Manousos is a litigator and counselor to colleges, universities, independent schools, medical institutions, businesses, non-profit organizations, and retailers. He helps clients navigate discrimination and harassment claims, Family and Medical Leave Act claims, denial of tenure claims, wage and hour disputes, and litigation involving non-competition agreements. He also works with colleges, universities, and independent schools in handling sensitive and complex litigation involving students, including cases involving sexual misconduct, other behavioral issues, and academic matters. A seasoned trial attorney, Manousos has tried more than 15 cases to verdict in jury trials, bench trials, arbitrations, and before administrative agencies.
The Association of Independent Schools of New England (AISNE) is one of the largest regional associations in the country consisting of 200 member schools, and represents a diverse range of schools in terms of size, pedagogy, religious affiliation, and mission. They provide strategic information, accreditation, advocacy and a wide range of professional development opportunities.
About Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP
Morgan, Brown & Joy is among the largest management-side employment law firms in New England, representing a wide range of Fortune 100 corporations, educational and health care institutions and small businesses across all sectors of the economy. The firm’s attorneys are known for anticipating and finding solutions to the ever-expanding range of employment-related legal issues in order to avoid the time and cost of litigation. When litigation becomes necessary, the firm aggressively defends its clients and has a proven record of success.