Families First Coronavirus Response Act FFRCA
The Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor (DOL) has released the required notification poster for the recently-enacted Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).  As described here, the FFCRA required covered employers – which is all employers with 1 to 499 employees, to provide two different forms of paid leave to employees who
Corona Virus Legislation Implications for Employers
In a conference call on 3/26/2020, employment attorney Amy Muhlendorf provides an overview of the implications for employers of the new legislation related to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, and answers many questions put to her by employers on the call. Listen in on the live summary and interaction to learn more. Please contact Amy or
Employer lost non-compete case
By Clifton M. Mount, Esquire, Senior Attorney, Litigation Practice, Group General Counsel, P.C. (Main: 703 556-0411) The COVID-19 “coronavirus” situation is complex and unprecedented in its impact on all phases of life and government. Most states have issued a recent rash of executive orders, regulations, health standards and the like in the emergency response to
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USDOL Family & Medial Leave Act Extension
Changes to federal law in light of the COVID-19 situation have created new obligations for many employers.  This alert summarizes the new obligations for employers.  The obligations, however, will be different for each employer and even each employee, so it is important to get more specific guidance about what your business may be required to