What State Travel Restrictions Mean for Texas Business Travelers

June 26, 2020 | Podcasts

With the rate of COVID-19 infections increasing in Texas, states including New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut are imposing travel restrictions which may affect business travel in and out of Texas. Jackson Walker Labor & Employment attorney Judy Garner discusses a few issues that Texas business leaders should consider before sending employees on out-of-state business trips.

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Judy Bennett Garner
Associate, Dallas