(Deposit photos) An insurance company must honor its business interruption coverage for 16 North Carolina restaurants that closed on the orders of the state due to COVID-19 because the restaurants suffered actual [...]
This has been a year like no other – and for Oregon’s construction industry, the fires and pandemic have brought new challenges and considerations. The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) is committed [...]
For businesses with unionized employees, decisive action involving working conditions can be a challenge. Balancing the ability to comply with government mandates and adapt to a changing public health environment with the duty to bargain creates an additional layer of complexity in the unionized workplace.
COVID-19 and the resulting economic struggles have impacted the trade credit insurance market through the rising of policy pricing and the increased difficulty of securing such coverage, area experts say. Trade credit insurance, which [...]
With several U.S. pharmaceutical companies now conducting large-scale COVID-19 vaccine trials, employment lawyers are beginning to field queries from their corporate clients on whether their employees should be required to take the vaccine once it becomes available.
The ISO-Aire commercial air filtration system has been used by restaurants, health care facilities, colleges, retail stores and nursing homes to remove 99.9% of potential air contaminants.
After the coronavirus hit in March, then intensified, manufacturers scrambled for supply chain resources and ways to improve procurement of vital materials. What began as a response resulting from shortages could now become a new way to doing business.
The federal government has introduced a simpler loan forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program loans of $50,000 or less. A news release says it streamlines the process for borrowers and lenders they worked with [...]
The U.S. Department of Labor has revised the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, clarifying the rights of workers and the responsibilities of employers under the act’s paid-leave provisions.
Industry leaders said the M&A marketplace has become even more a matter of “survival of the fittest” in the COVID era.