Post Covid-19 Company Meeting
While businesses are reopening and employees are returning to the workplace, things aren’t quite “business as usual.” Employers must manage the return to the office, keeping in mind the health and safety of their employees and customers, as well as federal, state, and local regulations. Employers may also have to consider what to do if
Small Business Administration Seal
As promised, today the SBA published its latest round of guidance on the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) and the “good faith” certification. We have discussed this topic in detail here and here. Back on April 23rd, in light of public outcry over large, publicly traded companies receiving PPP loans, the SBA clarified that only companies
Thermal scanner for workplace
As we move through the COVID-19 pandemic, employers continue to balance the risks of operating in these trying times. One question many employers have is whether they can monitor employees’ health, including requiring employees to submit to a temperature check before being allowed to work. Under usual circumstances, taking an employee’s temperature would be a
First DOJ Government Stimulus Fraud Case
As we noted here back on April 23rd the SBA published new guidance on the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) around the certification that the “loan request [is] necessary to support the ongoing operations” of the borrower. Specifically in that guidance, the SBA noted that having access to other sources of sufficient liquidity would prevent a borrower from making