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Help for Medical Providers Under the CARES Act

The CARES Act, which was signed into law on March 27, 2020, provides a number of expanded sources of funding and some relaxed rules to help medical providers operate during the ongoing public health emergency.  The details of implementation of many of these provisions...

The CARES Act – Business Considerations

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act “CARES Act” – Summarized for Businesses We are pleased to report that the long anticipated “CARES Act” has been approved by Congress and signed into law by President Trump.  Immediately below are some of the...

Co-Parenting in the Midst of COVID-19

With the global spread of the COVID-19 virus, people are having to rapidly adapt to major societal and structural changes in their daily lives.  As schools, businesses, government facilities, and so many other things close, families are faced with new issues of...

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (2020)

Congress has just passed the first bill responding to the Coronavirus pandemic – The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (2020).  Highlights from the Act include the following:  COVID-19 Testing Reimbursements Beneficiaries of the Defense Department’s Defense...

California Labor Code Considerations In A Virtual Office Era

With the COVID-19 pandemic triggering wide-spread restraint on business operations, best practices for all California companies requires particular consideration of how the California Labor Code’s wage, hour, and expense reimbursement requirements still apply to...

Force Majeure Clauses & COVID-19

With the COVID-19 eliciting travel bans, national event postponements, and widespread social distancing, understanding how unforeseen circumstances can affect contract enforcement is critical for businesses during extreme situations, including the COVID-19 pandemic....