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Highlights of Paycheck Protection Program FAQs on Loan Forgiveness issued by SBA to address borrower and lender questions concerning forgiveness of PPP loans.
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NLRB returns to joint employer status test that says a business is a joint employer only if it has “substantial direct and immediate control” over workers.
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Clean face masks or covering must be worn by all persons age six (6) and older within the City of Evansville at any time during which they will be in contact with people who are not household members, effective Wednesday, July 15, 2020. Several exceptions apply.
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DOL states that eligible employees may take paid FFCRA or extended leave if a minor child’s summer camp (or other like summer program) is closed due to COVID-19.
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EEOC guidance to employers on how to handle employees who are 65 and older, pregnant employees, and employees of Chinese or Asian heritage; the need to protect employees from harassment in electronic communications; and whether ADA requires accommodations for employees who have family members more susceptible to COVID-19.
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Indiana moratorium on eviction and foreclosure proceedings that involve residential real estate extended through July 31, 2020.
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It is with profound sadness that Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn must announce that John E. Hegeman, our partner and friend, passed away on May 1, 2020. He retired from the active practice of law at the end of 2013, then served KDDK in an of counsel capacity.
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Businesses Connected to Farming, Gardening, Etc. Permitted to Operate Under "Outdoor Activities" Clarification in Indiana Executive Order 20-22
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In light of the current COVID-19 health crisis, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb issued an Executive Order requiring all individuals to remain at home unless they are carrying out essential business. This Order is effective March 24, 2020, through April 6, 2020, unless otherwise extended.  Several entities qualify as “essential” under the Order. While these entities...
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With the rapid increase in reported cases of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the United States and its recent classification as a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization, many questions have arisen regarding the applicability of force majeure, termination, suspension and abandonment clauses, as well as the applicability of certain contract defenses, such as...
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