In their article for Savannah Morning News, Diana McKenzie and Nicole Pope discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the focus on AI as developers rush to create software that can help businesses reduce the risks for employees returning to work.
Now that businesses are reopening, some employees will be requesting paid leave pursuant to the Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (FFCRA). Attorneys Wade Herring and Emery Lyon discuss what documentation businesses can and cannot request from employees and what documentation the business should maintain.
As businesses receive PPP loans, review of the guidance is important, especially if the business will be seeking loan forgiveness. Attorneys Louann Bronstein and Rob McGuirk offer a compilation of existing guidance, including recent guidance issued on May 13, 2020.
Attorney Robert J. McGuirk discusses how real property trades or businesses can find tax relief under the CARES Act.
On Thursday, April 9, 2020, the Federal Reserve took action to provide up to $2.3 trillion in loans to support the economy during the coronavirus pandemic. Attorney Robert J. McGuirk drafted key points about the Main Street Lending Program.
In this article for Savannah CEO, Allan Galis and Taylor Dove provide answers to some of the most common questions they’ve been receiving from their clients regarding landlords’ legal rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CARES Act contains modifications to the SBA Emergency Injury Disaster Loan program. Louann Bronstein and Rob McGuirk have prepared a reference to compare Paycheck Protection Loans to the EIDLs, as well as a breakdown of the Employee Retention Credit. *Updated on 4/13/2020 to include Treasury guidelines.
While we are now seeing more security-related provisions in healthcare IT agreements than we once did, most vendor form agreements still lack necessary provisions that customers should require. Diana McKenzie and Nicole Pope discuss this problem further in their article for Law.com.