Johnny Depp actionable defamation claims
John Depp, commonly known as “Johnny Depp,” filed suit against his ex-wife, Amber Heard, claiming defamation based on four statements made in Heard’s op-ed in the Washington Post in December 2018.  The Fairfax County Circuit Court considered his defamation claims and determined which alleged defamatory statements were “actionable” providing valuable guidance.  For more information on
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Link to recording for Government Contracts, CARES Act PPP and 3610
We recently held an interactive session with government contractors following up our earlier post about provisions in the CARES Act Payroll Protection Program (PPP) and section 3610 that affect those companies doing business with the U.S. Government. In the session, we do a deeper dive and answer questions from government contractors about when and how
Requirements for CARES Act PPP
The SBA published new guidance for the Paycheck Protection Program on April 23rd. To no one’s surprise given the press around the first wave of the loans, the SBA ratcheted up the certification requirements for these loans. In a PPP loan application, a borrower needs to certify that the “current economic uncertainty makes this loan
Virginia Supreme Court Richmond VA
On April 22, 2020, the Virginia Supreme Court issued its Third Order Extending Declaration of Judicial Emergency in Response to COVID-19 Emergency through May 17, 2020. Under this extended order, which affects all Circuit Courts and General District Courts in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the courts have suspended all statute of limitations and case-related deadlines