A new vaccine mandate announced by the Biden Administration applies to private (non-government) employees who work on-site at federal facilities.  The mandate requires that all federal employees and on-site contractor employees…

The federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) expired on December 31, 2020 – and with it, certain employers’ obligation to provide emergency paid sick leave and emergency family and medical leave. Congress just extended the tax credit for all employers…

On January 27, 2021 the Emergency Temporary Standard by the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry (“DOLI”) related to COVID-19 became permanent with certain modifications. Pursuant to the Final Permanent Standard for Infectious Disease Prevention of the SARS-CoV-2 Virus That Causes COVID-19 (“the Final Standard”), all employers must…

The Coronavirus vaccine is initially only available under an “emergency use authorization” and is not fully licensed by the FDA. The question of whether employers can require employees to take a vaccine that has not been fully approved is a novel one.

On Sunday, December 27, 2020, President Trump signed a bill providing a long-awaited second COVID-19 relief package (“Relief Package”). The Relief Package contains a number of key provisions impacting employers as of January 1, 2021: 1. It offers a new round of forgivable PPP loans of up to $2 million to employers with less than…

The Coronavirus vaccine is initially only available under an “emergency use authorization” and is not fully licensed by the FDA. The question of whether employers can require employees to take a vaccine that has not been fully approved is a novel one.

More Americans are getting tested for coronavirus than ever before — and that could mean more surprise medical bills. Avoid surprise bills and know your rights! (CREDIT: NYTimes.com)

We are heading into flu season, and this year brings heightened concern due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the possibility that the two viruses will simultaneously hit the workforce over the winter months, with potentially grave health consequences for some.

In a landmark decision, Bostock v. Clayton County, the Supreme Court last week ruled that the ban in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act on sex-based bias includes sexual orientation and gender identity, such that gay and transgender workers are protected by the federal anti-discrimination law.

On Friday, June 5, the President signed legislation that significantly changes the PPP (Paycheck Protection Program), making it easier for borrowers to qualify for full, or almost full, forgiveness.

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