Terri Gerstein Advises on State and Local Pandemic Worker Protections

Terri Gerstein (‘95), Director of the State and Local Enforcement Project at the Harvard Law School Labor and Worklife Program, was quoted in a Philadelphia Inquirer piece that featured a Harvard Law/National Employment Law Project report she co-authored proposing city and state measures to pressure employers to protect workers in the absence of a proactive, fully staffed OSHA (“‘We Can Only Do So Much’? Here’s What Experts Say PA., Philly Can Do to Protect Workers during the Coronavirus.” May 16). “This is a moment for government to use whatever powers they can to protect working people.”