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Immunity from Civil Liability for Coronavirus Exposure

Federal Coronavirus-related laws, including the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, have included specific and limited liability provisions to encourage active participation of the medical industry in the fight against COVID-19 without fear of legal repercussions, aiding in immunity from civil liability. For the most part, this […]

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Cal/OSHA and COVID-19 Industry Guidance for Office Workspaces

On May 12, 2020, the California Department of Industrial Relations (Cal/OSHA) released guidance for businesses operating in office workspaces to support a safe, clean environment for employees. This guidance addresses all of the following: Worksite specific plans; Employee training topics; Individual control measures and screening; Cleaning and disinfecting protocols; and Physical distance guidelines. Office workspaces […]

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PPP Forgiveness Changes Coming as Senate Passes House Bill

The U.S. Senate passed the House version of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) legislation Wednesday night, tripling the time allotted for small businesses and other PPP loan recipients to spend the funds and still qualify for forgiveness of the loans. Download the PDF version: PPP Forgiveness Changes Coming as Senate Passes House Bill.pdf The bill passed […]

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Protecting Your Business During Civil Unrest

Civil unrest can create unique challenges for businesses. Specifically, business owners face the risk of vandalism, stolen or damaged goods and extensive property damage. With this in mind, it’s crucial to take steps to mitigate the risk of potential damages to your business during periods of civil unrest. Download the PDF version: Protecting Your Business […]

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Repeat Violations and OSHA’s “Single Employer” Test

Multi-location companies with similar business models are discovering that OSHA can tag them with a “repeat violation” for similar violations that occur at other facilities, affiliates or subsidiaries within the company—which significantly increases the chances that OSHA will find a repeat violation. Read on to find out more about repeat violations, what OSHA considers a […]

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