By: Michael L. Iannitti Editor’s Note: Updated on April 3, 2020 with SBA Interim Final Rule On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law. Below is a summary of the terms concerning small business loans and other related provisions. Paycheck Protection Program A small business …Read More
By: Theresa L. Nelson The Department of Labor published regulations governing the Families First Coronavirus Response Act on April 1, 2020. While containing extensive explanations of terms and provisions throughout the entire FFCRA, one section is particularly noteworthy for small businesses. The language of the FFCRA provided that small private employers with fewer than 50 …Read More
“If you’re not paying for the product, you are the product. ”It’s a clever statement and has enough truth to it that it sounds deep and memorable. But it misses the point. Where that comment makes some sense is where social media gives free access to get you to join and then sells ad time and sells data about you and your use of that particular social media.
Kentucky Supreme Court has issued a general Order about exchanging children between separated and divorced parents during the next 4 weeks of the coronavirus restrictions. It basically tells parents, with specific exceptions, to continue to exchange their children pursuant to their prior existing agreements, court orders and divorce decrees.
We hope that you are keeping yourself, your loved ones, and your community safe from COVID-19 (commonly referred to as the Coronavirus). Along with those paramount health concerns, you may be wondering about some of the recent tax changes meant to help everyone coping with the Coronavirus fallout.
Added to to stressors faced by business owners or operators during this pandemic is whether they will be able to meet contractual commitments or expect return performance by counter parties. Looking past the current disruption in every corner of the economy, businesses are going to increasingly confront questions about force majeure and related contract concepts of impracticability of performance or frustration of purpose.
With COVID-19 sweeping the country, Strauss Troy Attorney Theresa Nelson provides information regarding some of the measures related to the emergency expansion of Family and Medical Leave and Paid Sick Leave.
As part of Strauss Troy’s Professional Development Series, the firm will present an in-house seminar on Monday, May 18, beginning at 8:45 a.m. for registration (Breakfast will be served). The presentation is titled, “How to Better Manage Your Workload and Your Times, Task and Email Management for Legal Professionals” and qualifies for 6.0 CLE Credit …Read More
On January 1, 2020, the latest final rule governing the Executive, Adminstrative and Professional Exemption of the Fair Labor Standards Act is scheduled to go into effect. And, when it does, it is estimated that 1.3 million workers will become entitled to overtime protection. What should covered employers know about the latest final rule? Join us Wednesday, December 11, for a seminar to learn more.
Strauss Troy is pleased to announce eight of our attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers 2020. The annual Super Lawyers list recognizes outstanding attorneys across the country.
2020 Ohio Super Lawyers include Theresa L. Nelson – Employment Litigation Defense, Emily T. Supinger – State/Local/Municipal and Guy Taft – Intellectual Property Litigation. 2020 Ohio Rising Stars include Jessica L. Beauchamp – Family Law, Alex S. Rodger – Business Litigation, Stephen E. Schilling – Business Litigation and Matthew J. Worth – Family Law. 2020 Kentucky Rising Stars includes Elizabeth M. Reeder – Business/Corporate.