Karen Mills, a member of Rathe Woodward’s Private Client & Wealth Management Group and Chair of Continuing Legal Education for the DuPage County Bar Association, recently spoke with Brian Eisenmenger at Mathieson, Moyski, Austin & Co., LLP to DCBA members regarding the Paycheck Protection Program.
Category: Business Law
The Illinois Department of Revenue (“IDOR”) has changed several rules to assist business taxpayers during the COVID-19 health emergency. These amended requirements, summarized below, are designed to provide short-term relief and flexibility to business taxpayers in the state.
Illinois recently applied for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program to assist small businesses and private non-profits in paying expenses during the COVID-19 disaster.
CONTRACTS AND LEASES IN THE WAKE OF COVID-19.
The potential issues employers face include promoting healthy and safe habits in the workplace, high rates of employee absenteeism, a need to conduct off-site business, and general business disruption.
The interplay between Illinois’ new cannabis legislation, Illinois’ Unemployment Insurance Act (Misconduct, Section 602), and employers’ zero-tolerance or drug free workplace policies, will be explored and judged under an evolving reasonableness standard.