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Changes to the CDC’s Employee Quarantine Recommendations and OSHA’s COVID-19 Recordkeeping and Reporting RequirementsBruce E. Loren, Kyle W. Ohlenschlaeger and Brandon J. Camilleri | Sep 03 2020

In July, the CDC updated their quarantine recommendations for allowing employees with COVID-19 symptoms to return to work. Further, OSHA updated its reporting and recording requirements for employers who have an employee confirmed to have COVID-19.

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Changes to the CDC’s Employee Quarantine Recommendations and OSHA’s COVID-19 Recordkeeping and Reporting RequirementsBruce E. Loren, Kyle W. Ohlenschlaeger and Brandon J. Camilleri | Sep 03 2020

In July, the CDC updated their quarantine recommendations for allowing employees with COVID-19 symptoms to return to work. Further, OSHA updated its reporting and recording requirements for employers who have an employee confirmed to have COVID-19.

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Changes to the CDC’s Employee Quarantine Recommendations and OSHA’s COVID-19 Recordkeeping and Reporting RequirementsBruce E. Loren, Kyle W. Ohlenschlaeger and Brandon J. Camilleri | Sep 03 2020

In July, the CDC updated their quarantine recommendations for allowing employees with COVID-19 symptoms to return to work. Further, OSHA updated its reporting and recording requirements for employers who have an employee confirmed to have COVID-19.

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GET YOUR PRIORITY STRAIGHTAllen J. Heffner and Bruce E. Loren | Aug 17 2020

When considering whether to enter into an agreement with a new Client, one of the first issues our Factoring clients consider is whether they will have a first priority security interest in the Client’s assets. Without the being in first position, Factors will generally not consider entering into the transaction. A Factor’s priority position is paramount in the event of litigation or if the Client files bankruptcy. This article focuses on what it means to have a perfected security interest in a Client’s collateral and mistakes that we have seen regarding Factors trying to get into first position.

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OSHA RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS AND RECENT CHANGES RELATING TO COVID-19Bruce E. Loren, Kyle W. Ohlenschlaeger and Brandon J. Camilleri | Jul 17 2020

Effective May 26, 2020, and until further notice, OSHA revised its recordkeeping requirements to provide new rules relating to COVID-19. Below is a summary of the OSHA recordkeeping requirements, the new COVID-19 rules, and practical advice for compliance.

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OSHA RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS AND RECENT CHANGES RELATING TO COVID-19Bruce E. Loren, Kyle W. Ohlenschlaeger and Brandon J. Camilleri | Jul 17 2020

Effective May 26, 2020, and until further notice, OSHA revised its recordkeeping requirements to provide new rules relating to COVID-19. Below is a summary of the OSHA recordkeeping requirements, the new COVID-19 rules, and practical advice for compliance.

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OSHA GUIDANCE ON RE-OPENING BUSINESSES AFTER COVID-19Bruce E. Loren, Kyle W. Ohlenschlaeger and Brandon J. Camilleri | Jun 30 2020

OSHA recently issued guidance to assist employers to safely reopen their businesses. The guidance supplements previous guidelines, including those provided by the U.S. Department of Labor.

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