by Nicholas Sanchez and Qiva Dinuri | Companies have witnessed the potential benefits of remote work, such as decreased costs associated with real estate. As a result, although governmental restrictions have largely been lifted, companies must consider whether to allow a mobile workforce to continue indefinitely. Part and parcel of such a policy determination is an awareness and understanding of the tax and legal consequences that arise out of implementing a permanent remote or hybrid work environment.

See also: Nicholas moderated a related panel discussion with Qiva and other experts at the Los Angeles Times’ Business of Law / In-House Counsel Awards event. You can check out photos and insights from the event on the