April 13, 2020
Tracey Coates Provides Commentary in Article titled “People Are Discovering Affairs While Quarantined With Their Spouses”
Tracey Coates provided commentary in an article written by Marisa M. Kashino titled: "People Are Discovering Affairs While Quarantined With Their Spouses," which was published in Washingtonian magazine on April 10, 2020.
Tracey Coates, co-chair of the family law practice at Paley Rothman, has also heard from spouses who’ve come to suspect infidelity while under quarantine. “They’re grappling with overhearing hush-hush calls in a separate room,” she says. “Or texts are going off at all hours.”
But cheating isn’t the only issue. As parents balance Zoom meetings with home-schooling, lawyers say resentment is creeping in. “Another thing we’re hearing is, ‘look, I’m the only one doing everything. Maybe I’m the only one bringing in income, and I’m certainly the only one managing my kids,’” says Coates. “I’ve heard that from two people recently— ‘I’m doing everything anyway. This is toxic and it can’t continue.’”
The full article, "People Are Discovering Affairs While Quarantined With Their Spouses," can be found on Washingtonian online.
June 25, 2020
Ryan Spiegel Provides Commentary for Succession Communications Article on What Corporate Communicators can Learn From Municipal COVID-19 Crisis Communications.
Ryan Spiegel provided commentary for an article titled: "What Can Corporate Communicators Learn From Municipal COVID-19 Crisis Communications?," by Liam Davitt, published on SuccessionCommunications.com on June 23, 2020.Read More
Maryland Businesses with 50+ Employees – Don’t Forget to Submit Your Sexual Harassment Disclosure Survey by July 1
Maryland businesses with 50 or more employees must submit their first Sexual Harassment Disclosure Survey to the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights by July 1, 2020.Read More