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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Partner Offers

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As part of our effort to help during the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve teamed up with partners across the country to offer free and reduced-price services and products to businesses affected […]

Hiring during COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place: Legal Best Practices

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While many companies are reducing staff due to the coronavirus pandemic, others are continuing to hire. While you shouldn’t meet face-to-face, you may have additional questions about screening and interviewing […]

Webinar: Employment Law and COVID-19 for Small Business

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If you are the owner or HR leader of a small business affected by COVID-19, it’s important to arm yourself with employment law and workplace policy best practices. To answer […]

Coronavirus Legal Documents for Individuals & Families

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt the lives and livelihoods of people around the globe, you may find comfort in getting your affairs in order. Whether you need to […]

Business Continuity: A Legal Take for People Leaders

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As millions of Americans figure out how to safely navigate the workplace or continue working from home, often while juggling their children’s education and other priorities, the concept of business […]

My Tenant Can’t Pay Rent: What Should I Do?

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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that Congress passed in March contained several different initiatives designed to help Americans cope with the economic consequences of the COVID-19 […]

New FFCRA Poster Required by the Department of Labor

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As new laws are being passed to support and protect businesses and their employees during the coronavirus pandemic, it is important that you stay legally compliant as an employer.  In […]

Tenants’ Rights During Shelter-in-Place: Must Landlords Make Repairs?

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If you are a renter, navigating landlord-tenant issues during the current COVID-19 crisis can be stressful and confusing. Not being able to pay the rent on time because you lost […]

What is Bankruptcy and What Happens When You File?

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Given the unforeseen economic fallout caused by the coronavirus pandemic, many Americans have found themselves unexpectedly faced with unmanageable debt. When it becomes difficult or impossible to meet financial obligations, […]

Force Majeure and COVID-19: The “Act of God” Contract Clause

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Careful contract drafting can save a company’s future when an “act of God” or other extraordinary circumstance, like the COVID-19 pandemic, makes performance impossible. A force majeure contract clause, specifically, […]

Vendor Contracts and COVID-19: Can I Get My Deposit Back?

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You and your partner had been planning your wedding day for nearly a year, spending countless hours on the phone with caterers and florists, getting the bridesmaids fitted for dresses, […]

Furlough vs. Layoffs or Reduction in Force: Key Legal Differences

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As non-essential businesses remain closed and customers stay at home, many employers are facing tough decisions as they struggle to make payroll. If you are a business owner or manager […]