COVID-19 Information For Employers, Management

COVID-19 In the Workplace: Employers May Seek Workers’ Compensation – Sue M. Bendavid & Chrystal Ferber

Employers: Notify Employees of Potential COVID-19 Exposure ASAP – Sue M. Bendavid & Chrystal Ferber

New California Law Provides Supplemental Paid Sick Leave for COVID-19 Affected Workers – Sue M. Bendavid & David G. Jones

Executive Order on Deferring Payroll Taxes Frequently Asked Questions – Keith T. Zimmet

New Guidance for Employers on COVID-19 in the Workplace – Nicholas Kanter

DOL Provides Guidance on When the FFCRA Covers Summer Camp, Summer Program Closures – Nicholas Kanter & Chrystal Ferber

Anti-Antibody Testing: Updated Guidance from the EEOC on COVID-19 Testing – Nicholas Kanter

As of June 11, 2020: Update re Major Changes to Loan Forgiveness Rules Under the Paycheck Protection Program – Keith T. Zimmet

Employers: Every Move You Make, Every Step You Take (Could be Retaliation): How to Police Your Employees During a Pandemic – David G. Jones

Roadmap for Compliance: General and Industry-Specific Guidance for Reopening – Sue M. Bendavid, Nicholas Kanter & Tal Burnovski Yeyni

As of 06.04.20: Major Changes to Loan Forgiveness Rules Under the Paycheck Protection Program – Keith T. Zimmet

As of 05.26.20: Update Regarding Loan Forgiveness Under the Paycheck Protection Program – Keith T. Zimmet

As of 05.18.20: Updated FAQ Regarding Loan Forgiveness Under the Paycheck Protection Program – Keith T. Zimmet

As of 05.13.20: Paycheck Protection Program: Update on “Necessity” Requirement – Keith T. Zimmet

COVID-19: Return to Work Employer FAQs – Employment Practice Group

Paycheck Protection Program: SBA Provides New Guidance on One Aspect of Forgiveness – Keith T. Zimmet

Additional Paycheck Protection Program Guidance: IRS Announces Taxpayers May Not Claim Deduction for Expenses Paid by Forgiven PPP Loans – Peter L. Ente

County of Los Angeles Enacts Retroactive Paid Sick Leave for Large Employers – Chrystal Ferber

As of 04/29/20: Paycheck Protection Program: SBA Imposes New Eligibility Requirement with Retroactive Effect – Keith T. Zimmet

EEOC Provides Guidance on COVID-19 Testing in the Workplace as Employers Prepare for Lifting of Stay at Home Orders – Sue M. Bendavid & Nicholas Kanter

Senate Green Lights Additional Funding in Coronavirus Relief Package – Peter L. Ente

Updated 04.24.20: Governor Newsom Issues Paid Sick Leave to Food Sector Workers – Nicholas Kanter & Chrystal Ferber

City of Los Angeles Expands Paid Sick Leave for Large Employers – Nicholas Kanter & Chrystal Ferber

Los Angeles County Issues New Social Distancing Protocol – Nicholas Kanter & Chrystal Ferber

Compelling Employees to Appear for Work During a Pandemic – David G. Jones

Updated 04.14.20: The Families First Coronavirus Response Act & Department of Labor FAQs – Sue M. Bendavid, Nicholas Kanter & Tal Burnovski Yeyni

Updated 04.13.20: Temporary Regulations to Implement the Families First Coronavirus Response Act – Sue M. Bendavid, Nicholas Kanter & Tal Burnovski Yeyni

San Fernando Valley Business Journal, City Backs Off Hiring Rewrite – Keith T. Zimmet quoted

San Fernando Valley Business Journal, Communication Up for Employment Lawyers – Keith T. Zimmet and Sue M. Bendavid quoted

Telecommuting in the Age of COVID-19 – David G. Jones & Chrystal Ferber

City of Los Angeles Emergency Order: Comply or Face Fines and Imprisonment – Nicholas Kanter & Chrystal Ferber

As of 04.02.20: Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Paycheck Protection Program – Keith T. Zimmet

COVID-19: What are the “Safer at Home” Orders? – Nicholas Kanter

Complimentary webinar: March 26, 2020 at Noon PST: COVID-19 – Issues Impacting Your Workforce (click the link to view the invitation and RSVP)

Tax-Free Payments Allowed to Employees Because of COVID-19 Pandemic – Peter L. Ente

COVID-19: Form I-9 Flexibility for Employers – Tal Burnovski Yeyni

Employers: House Finalizes H.R. 6201, Families First Coronavirus Response Act – Employment Practice Group

Updated March 19, 2020COVID-19: California Employer Frequently Asked Questions – Sue M. Bendavid, Nicholas Kanter and Tal Burnovski Yeyni

Coronavirus: 13 Things Employers Should Do to Protect Employees, Customers – by Sue M. Bendavid, Nicholas Kanter and Tal Burnovski Yeyni

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