COVID-19: WHAT STEPS MAY EMPLOYERS TAKE TO MONITOR SICK EMPLOYEES?Bruce E. Loren, Michael I. Kean and Brandon J. Camilleri | Mar 25 2020

Many employers are wondering what steps they should take to monitor sick employees, or even employees they think may be sick. Below we have addressed some of the common questions from employers during the COVID-19 pandemic and what employers can do to protect themselves from a practical and legal standpoint.

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COVID-19: WHAT STEPS MAY EMPLOYERS TAKE TO MONITOR SICK EMPLOYEES?Bruce E. Loren, Michael I. Kean and Brandon J. Camilleri | Mar 25 2020

Many employers are wondering what steps they should take to monitor sick employees, or even employees they think may be sick. Below we have addressed some of the common questions from employers during the COVID-19 pandemic and what employers can do to protect themselves from a practical and legal standpoint.

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COVID-19: WHAT STEPS MAY EMPLOYERS TAKE TO MONITOR SICK EMPLOYEES?Bruce E. Loren, Michael I. Kean and Brandon J. Camilleri | Mar 25 2020

Many employers are wondering what steps they should take to monitor sick employees, or even employees they think may be sick. Below we have addressed some of the common questions from employers during the COVID-19 pandemic and what employers can do to protect themselves from a practical and legal standpoint.

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FAMILIES FIRST CORONOVIRUS RESPONSE ACT: PRACTICAL ANSWERS FOR SMALL BUSINESSBruce E. Loren, Michael I. Kean and Brandon J. Camilleri | Mar 20 2020

Every small business and their employees will be affected by the daily changes resulting from the coronavirus. The Coronavirus Response Act includes two main parts: Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act. This newsletter answers the most significant questions that have been asked in the last few days resulting the passage of the new law, its application to companies with less than 500 employees, and potential exceptions for companies with less than 50 employees.The newsletter is divided into three parts: The Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act; the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act; and laying off employees or reducing salaries.

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FAMILIES FIRST CORONOVIRUS RESPONSE ACT: PRACTICAL ANSWERS FOR SMALL BUSINESSBruce E. Loren, Michael I. Kean and Brandon J. Camilleri | Mar 20 2020

Every small business and their employees will be affected by the daily changes resulting from the coronavirus. The Coronavirus Response Act includes two main parts: Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act. This newsletter answers the most significant questions that have been asked in the last few days resulting the passage of the new law, its application to companies with less than 500 employees, and potential exceptions for companies with less than 50 employees.The newsletter is divided into three parts: The Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act; the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act; and laying off employees or reducing salaries.

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FAMILIES FIRST CORONOVIRUS RESPONSE ACT: PRACTICAL ANSWERS FOR SMALL BUSINESSBruce E. Loren, Michael I. Kean and Brandon J. Camilleri | Mar 20 2020

Every small business and their employees will be affected by the daily changes resulting from the coronavirus. The Coronavirus Response Act includes two main parts: Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act and the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act. This newsletter answers the most significant questions that have been asked in the last few days resulting the passage of the new law, its application to companies with less than 500 employees, and potential exceptions for companies with less than 50 employees.The newsletter is divided into three parts: The Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act; the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act; and laying off employees or reducing salaries.

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COVID-19: CONSTRUCTION DELAYS AND FORCE MAJEURE - Provide Notice to Your ClientsBruce E. Loren and Kyle W. Ohlenschlaeger | Mar 18 2020

Like everyone, we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and the related impact on our construction clients. With the ever-changing environment related to the rapid spread of this virus, it is likely that many construction projects will be delayed or stopped based upon changes to available workforce or government mandate. With the numerous associated challenges our clients are facing, one issue that could slip through the cracks is the requirement in many construction contracts that you provide notice of any Force Majeure event.

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