Stay informed about the impact of COVID-19 on Pennsylvania Businesses
If you have spent much time in a grocery store that sells beer or wine, you have no doubt witnessed two major complaints from customers – especially those from out-of-state – when they encounter some of Pennsylvania’s alcohol laws. For example, when someone...
Effective today, Thursday, July 16, indoor funeral services in Pennsylvania are subject to a 25-person limit and outdoor burial services are limited to 250 people. Citing an “unsettling climb in new COVID-19 cases,” Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr....
Attorney Bruce Wolstoncroft speaks about intellectual property management on Warehaus Speaker Series
Certain employee retaliation claims may be filed under PA whistleblower law, bypassing agency filing requirements
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently ruled in a 6-1 decision in Harrison v. Health Network Laboratories, that employees covered under Pennsylvania’s Whistleblower Law (PWL) and alleging adverse employment action for reporting discriminatory conduct by an...
Since being signed into law in March, much ink has been spilled on the CARES Act and the loan programs it created. One frustrating aspect for borrowers and the people advising them is that both a lack of clarity and frequent changes to the programs have made...
Saxton & Stump attorney Jeffrey C. Bright recently published “Types of Claims that May Arise from Construction Project Losses Related to COVID-19” in the June 2020 issue of The Merit Shop Spokesman ABC Keystone Newsletter for their Ask an Attorney series. In the...
On the road to recovery – Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board implements fast process for restaurants to serve alcohol outdoors
One of the most anticipated updates from Governor Wolf’s office impacting the alcohol and hospitality industries was released this week. New guidance effectively places all counties in the yellow phase of re-opening (except for counties already in the green...
Temporary increase in debt threshold under Subchapter 5 may provide relief for businesses amid COVID-19
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act temporarily increased the threshold for filing a petition under Subchapter 5 of Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code to $7,500,000, effective March 27, 2020. After...
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently published updated guidance clarifying that employees with underlying medical conditions rendering them high risk for COVID-19 cannot be excluded from returning to the workplace solely on that basis....
CARES Act relief for physicians: understanding the deadlines and conditions of the Public Health and Social Service Emergency Fund
You Got your PPP Loan, Now What? Attorney Erik Hume partners with Front Street Financial for webinar with guidance for businesses
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