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Young-Ji to Participate as Panelist for "COVID Federal Relief for Business: PPP and EIDL Loans, SVOG & ERC" Webcast
Firm Counsel Young-Ji Park will serve on "COVID Federal Relief for Business: PPP and EIDL Loans, SVOG & ERC" webcast panel for Smolin Webinar Series on April 27th.
The Biden Administration’s Health Insurance Priorities
The Biden Administration wasted no time in implementing some of the new President’s campaign promises relating to health insurance and the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”).
President Biden Signs the “COVID-19 Bankruptcy Relief Extension Act”
On March 27, 2021, President Biden signed the “COVID-19 Bankruptcy Relief Extension Act”. The Legislation will extend personal and small business bankruptcy relief provisions that were part of last year’s CARES Act through March 27, 2022.
Judson M. Stein to Moderate "Will Drafting Fundamentals for the COVID Crisis and After" Webcast
Firm Partner and Trusts, Estates & Wealth Management Practice Chair Judson M. Stein, Esq. will participate in a continuing education seminar for attorneys entitled "Will Drafting Fundamentals for the COVID Crisis and After" webcast on February 23. The program, which is held by the NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education has invited Mr. Stein to moderate the webcast as well as focus on a summary of Federal and New Jersey Death Taxes.
Dina Mastellone, Douglas Solomon and Brigette Eagan Present Part I of an Employment Update 2021 Seminar for the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers
Firm Partners Dina M. Mastellone, Esq., Douglas E. Solomon, Esq. and Counsel Brigette N. Eagan, Esq. will present Part I of an Employment Update 2021 seminar for the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers on February 8th.
Biden Administration Issues Executive Order and OSHA Guidance To Address COVID-19 Workplace Challenges Within First 10 Days
On January 21, 2021, President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.’s second day in office, he issued “Executive Order On Protecting Worker Health and Safety,” which directed the Department of Labor (“DOL”) and Occupational Health and Safety Administration (“OSHA”) to issue new guidance on COVID-19 related workplace safety.
Brigette Eagan Offers Legal Insight for ROI-NJ Article "Shot in the Dark: Can Employers Mandate COVID Vaccines? And Should They?"
Brigette N. Eagan, Esq., Counsel in the firm's Employment Law & Litigation Practice, was recently interviewed by ROI-NJ for their article entitled, "Shot in the Dark: Can Employers Mandate COVID Vaccines? And Should They?"
Paycheck Protection Program: More Clarifying Rules, Second Draws and a New Application Form
On January 6, 2021, the SBA and the Treasury Department released interim final rules for the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) Second Draw Program, which was created as part of the stimulus bill enacted into law on December 27, 2020, namely the Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act (the “Act”).
Jennifer Mazawey Interviewed for ROI NJ Article "Real Estate Predictions 2021: Service Providers"
Jennifer Mazawey, Esq., Partner and Commercial Real Estate & Redevelopment Practice member, was interviewed by ROI NJ for their recent article "Real Estate Predictions 2021: Service Providers".
Employers Should Use Caution Before Changing Their COVID-19 Policies Despite New CDC 7-Day and 10-Day Quarantine Options
On December 2, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) issued new guidance, which provides that in certain circumstances, individuals who were potentially exposed to COVID-19 by being in close contact with an individual that tested positive for the virus (“Close Contact”), can take steps to reduce the length of a standard 14-day quarantine period.
Brigette Eagan and John Vreeland Offer Insight for Employers in HR Daily Advisor Article "Continuing Pandemic Blurring the Line Between Furloughs and Layoffs"
Partner John R. Vreeland and Counsel Brigette N. Eagan discuss legal obligations facing employers as they relate to temporary furloughs and permanent layoffs in recent HR Daily Advisor article entitled, "Continuing Pandemic Blurring the Line Between Furloughs, Layoffs."
Maria Fruci and Leonard Spinelli Discuss How the Pandemic and Bankruptcy Filings are Speeding up Transformation of the Fashion Industry in ROI NJ
Counsel Maria R. Fruci, Co-Chair of the Fashion Law Practice and Leonard S. Spinelli, Associate in the Bankruptcy Practice, discuss how the pandemic and bankruptcy filings are speeding up the transformation of the fashion industry in a recent article in ROI NJ.
Requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination at Work: Issues for NJ Employers to Consider When Developing a COVID-19 Vaccination Program
We have seen recent articles speculating on whether employers can require their employees to take an FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of employment or continued employment. Here, without giving any legal advice, for private (non-governmental) New Jersey employers, odds are that this type of employment rule will be permissible, with certain limitations, discussed herein.
New Jersey Enacts New COVID-19 Workplace Safety Protocols
Effective 6:00 am on Thursday, November 5, 2020, pursuant to Governor Phil Murphy’s October 28, 2020 Executive Order 192 (“EO 192” and “Order”), every New Jersey business which operates with employees and customers physical present at the worksite, will be required to comply with the State’s new COVID-19 workplace safety protocols.
Harris Freier Insight on COVID-19 Lawsuits in the Workplace Featured in New Jersey Law Journal
Partner Harris S. Freier was recently interviewed by New Jersey Law Journal for their article “People Are Now Suing Their Bosses Over COVID-19 at Work, But Can They Win in Court?”
Paycheck Protection Program Update: Where do you Stand?
The SBA, in consultation with the Treasury, released a new interim final rule, to simplify loan forgiveness for certain borrowers of Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loans. Specifically, the SBA has issued a rule that provides for a de minimis exemption from the full-time equivalent employee reduction penalty and the employee salary and wage reduction penalty for loans of $50,000 or less
David Cooke to Present on Drone Regulations at "Hot Topics in Aviation Law 2020" Webcast for NJSBA
David P. Cooke, Of Counsel to Genova Burns, will participate in a webcast entitled "Hot Topics in Aviation Law 2020" on October 14. This seminar has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 3.3 hours of total CLE credit.
Angelo Genova to Participate as Panelist for "Election Law in 2020 - Open and Free Elections in the COVID-19 Pandemic" Webcast
Angelo J. Genova, Firm Chairman & Managing Partner, will participate as a panelist for the upcoming "Election Law in 2020 - Open and Free Elections in the COVID-19" New Jersey State Bar Association webcast on October 15.
Dina Mastellone to Present NJSBA Webcast "Current Workplace Investigations Trends 2020 - COVID, Protests, Social Media and More"
Partner Dina M. Mastellone will participate in a webcast for the New Jersey State Bar Association entitled "Current Workplace Investigations Trends 2020 - COVID, Protests, Social Media and More" on September 22nd.
Paycheck Protection Program: Allocability of Nonpayroll Costs to Your Business
The SBA, in consultation with the Treasury, released another set of interim final rules, dated August 27, 2020 regarding forgivable costs under the Paycheck Protection Program.