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14-DAY QUARANTINE PERIOD IMPOSED IN NY, NJ AND CT AFTER TRAVEL FROM NINE STATES

On June 24, 2020, the Governor of New York, joined by the Governors of New Jersey and Connecticut, announced a joint incoming travel advisory that …

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THE SUPREME COURT HAS RULED: TITLE VII PROTECTS LGBTQ EMPLOYEES

In a landmark 6-3 ruling issued on Monday June 15, 2020, the United States Supreme Court held that an employer who fires an individual for …

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NEW FEDERAL LAW REVISING/EXPANDING “PPP” RULES IS ENACTED

Since it was signed into law, the PPP has become a widely used program for employers across the country. However, some of the requirements of …

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CDC ISSUES NEW GUIDANCE ON REOPENING OFFICES

As local businesses await the “green light” from their respective Governors to reopen their offices, many have begun to diligently prepare detailed return-to-work plans. In order …

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SBA ISSUES NEW INTERIM RULES FOR PPP LOAN FORGIVENESS

Recently, the SBA issued two interim rules regarding PPP loan forgiveness.   The first rule, which can be found HERE, provides guidance to borrowers on the loan …

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COVID-19 “PAUSE” FOR COBRA, HIPAA AND OTHER COVID-19 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS GUIDANCE

The Federal Government has recently issued a whole host of COVID-19 guidance relating to participant elections for employee benefit plans. The guidance includes the following…

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