Can I See Your ID?

Four lawyers standing outside at a Wisconsin vineyard.

Remote work has boomed over the past three years. Starting in March of 2020 and until at least July 31, 2023, the USCIS has allowed virtual, remote I-9 verification instead of the required in person verifications because of COVID.  On August 18, 2022, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposed the possibility of making virtual, … Read more

A Close-Up on Working Remotely

A recent New York Times article discussed hidden costs associated with remote work, as well as some benefits that can be intangible and thus hard to measure. I have been thinking about the ups and downs of remote work for a while— this is logical for me considering I have experienced various remote professional and … Read more

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