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COVID-19 Articles of Interest in the Wisconsin Business Law Blog
Find more information about how COVID-19 impacts the practice of business law in Wisconsin, from these articles in the Wisconsin Business Law Blog.
In these unprecedented times, we recognize the need for information that addresses the legal impact of the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the practice of business law in Wisconsin.
For this reason, we are providing links to the Wisconsin Business Law Blog, with permission of author Kieran O’Day in the COVID-19 section of the Wisconsin Business Law Blog from Schober Schober & Mitchell, S.C., in New Berlin, Oconomowoc, and Racine.
See these recent articles:
Emergency Injury and Disaster Loans (EIDL) and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), a Comparison, April 14, 2020
This article is an update regarding how the PPP and the Emergency Injury and Disaster Loans (EIDLs) interact.
Paid Leave under the FFCRA, Part I: The Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act & The Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act; and Paid Leave under the FFCRA Part II: Department of Labor Guidance, April 7 & 10, 2020
Part 1 discussed the ins and outs of the leave provisions of the FFCRA. Part 2 highlights Department of Labor guidance.
Essential vs. Non-Essential: What the Safer at Home Order Means for Wisconsin Businesses, April 7, 2020
In this article, O’Day provides resources for businesses to determine whether they are “essential” or what is still available for those deemed non-essential.
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