Rebecca Warren Speaks on COVID-19 Impact on Pennsylvania Construction Industry to Associated Builders and Contractors

Posted on August 27th, 2020

The Honorable Rebecca L. Warren (Ret.), Member of law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., spoke on the current state of COVID-19 and its impact on the construction industry in Pennsylvania for the Associated Builders and Contractors Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter’s virtual meeting on August 20.

“As a proud member of the local chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors, I am honored to have the opportunity to be a resource for them. In this ever-changing world we live in, It is so important to stay up-to-date with the current laws and regulations in order to protect yourself, your business, your employees, and your clients,” said Warren.

COVID-19 Impact on Pennsylvania Construction Industry

Warren addressed Pennsylvania Governor Wolf’s re-opening and then re-closing of certain businesses and activities, updated Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) concerns, the White House’s Memorandum proposing Lost Wages Assistance Program, practicalities of dealing with a workforce reluctant to return to work, and employer-directed quarantine of workers traveling to the Governor’s list of restricted states.

About Rebecca Warren

Warren devotes her practice to labor and employment, business and corporate matters, and general liability litigation.

As a former in-house corporate attorney and having counseled businesses for over 25 years, Warren is acutely aware of the unique and varied legal needs of business clients. She has created thousands of customized legal documents for corporations, partnerships, LLCs, and sole proprietors. Warren is also well-versed in providing legal strategy and guidance regarding daily business issues and concerns ranging from employment matters to third-party disputes.

As a former prosecutor, Warren is well-positioned to counsel clients in crisis management, internal and governmental investigations, and regulatory and business compliance. She has represented prominent clients in high-stakes and multi-million-dollar cases at the county, state, and federal levels in multiple states.

In addition, Warren has extensive experience in insurance defense, white-collar crime, election law, health care, commercial law, estate practice and administration, family law, and real estate.

Warren handles all aspects of litigation for her clients, having appeared in court on thousands of hearings, proceedings, arbitrations, jury and non-jury trials, and appeals. She was formerly appointed Solicitor for various non-profit organizations and government agencies and had regularly served as a county Arbitration panel member and Chairperson.

Prior to joining Norris McLaughlin, Warren founded a multi-county law firm and real estate closing company and was a partner in a Philadelphia firm.

Warren was elected as the first female District Attorney of Montour County by a 3:1. In that role, she designed and implemented an intensive, personalized victim rights program; created the Multi-Disciplinary Investigative Team for child abuse cases to minimize trauma for minor victims; and collaborated with agencies to provide services and treatment for offenders.

Warren received her J.D. from The Dickinson School of Law in 1991 and her B.A. with honors from Bloomsburg University in 1988.