The Leadership Council for Nonprofits has selected Strauss Troy attorney Brian R. Tracy to participate in its upcoming Board Orientation + Leadership Development (BOLD). The program, which helps train professionals to serve on nonprofit boards, serves as Greater Cincinnati’s leading nonprofit board training program with a goal of educating and empowering local leaders to serve boldly.
Strauss Troy has partnered with several law firms to act as co-counsel in evaluating insurance claims for loss of business income, also known as business interruption insurance.
As businesses such as restaurants, salons, gyms, retail, and more slowly open up after months of being shut down or limited operations due to COVID-19, employers are looking for guidance in navigating the constantly evolving rules for maintaining safe and healthy workplaces. Strauss Troy attorney Theresa Nelson has curated a list of resources that business …Read More
On May 19, 2020, the Small Business Administration released a list of frequently asked questions for lenders and borrowers.
On May 12, 2020, the IRS released Notices 2020-29 and 2020-33 which together provided some relief from the restrictions regarding changes to health and cafeteria plan elections.
PPP loans are subject to forgiveness to the extent that a borrower uses PPP funds for payroll costs and certain mortgage interest, rent and utility obligations during the 8 week period following loan disbursement.
By: Michael L. Iannitti The SBA has continued to issue additional guidance for borrowers and lenders on the Payroll Protection Program (PPP). Since publishing its initial rules in early April, further clarification has slowly trickled out on the often vague provisions of the CARES Act. Perhaps most significantly, the SBA has clarified the circumstances in …Read More
Join Strauss Troy attorney Theresa L. Nelson for a complimentary webinar as she shares guidance on recalling employees, OSHA and CDC guidelines, maintaining safe and healthy workplace practices, and more.
By: Theresa L. Nelson With recent news of easing stay-at-home orders, employers that have been operating with limited employees or that were closed due to COVID-19 need to evaluate the next steps for returning employees to work and opening operations. Any return-to-work plan must comply with all federal, state and local directives to ensure a …Read More
On April 9, 2020, the IRS issued another notice which expands the relief to additional returns and tax payments.