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Coronavirus is impacting businesses in countless and ever-evolving ways. All impacted business should be taking a hard look at their existing insurance coverage to determine if they might have coverage for some of their losses. Use these five steps at a starting point.
CONTRACTS AND LEASES IN THE WAKE OF COVID-19.
Initial Review: H.R. 6201 Families First Coronavirus Response Act
On March 18, 2020, the Senate passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, and the President is expected to sign the bill shortly
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.
In November 2019, the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin, represented by Rathje Woodward LLC and the Fair Elections Center in Washington, D.C., moved to intervene in a state court lawsuit filed in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin.
At Rathje Woodward, we are representing the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin in a voter registration dispute in Wisconsin. We also are representing Dr. Carter Page and his businesses in a defamation action against the DNC.
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.
Rathje Woodward attorney Brian Murray will moderate the debate-style panel hosted by the Federalist Society on March 12, 2020: The Conservative Case For Class Actions – And The Liberal Case Against Them.
Rathje Woodward Files Complaint On Behalf of Dr. Carter Page Against the DNC.