While an employer may state publicly or privately that the plaintiff's demands were "extortion," it is extremely rare for a plaintiff's attorney to be convicted of such an offense.  Well, this just happened to a plaintiff's attorney, a high-profile one at that, Michael Avenatti, who rose to national prominence as the attorney for adult-film actress S...
The PPP allows certain employers (primarily those with less than 500 employees) to obtain low cost (1% interest), short-term (2 years) financing from the federal government for certain operating expenses consisting of payroll costs, interest on certain loans (not principal), rent on real and personal property, and certain utilities.
On April 1, 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a temporary rule to implement the Public Health and Emergency and Paid Leave Provisions.  There are several areas in the regulations that had not previously been addressed in detail, including the type notice an employee must provide the employer, the documentation the employer may require t...

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