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Many of the attorneys in the Law Firm Alliance author articles and thought leadership pieces on important topics and trends covering a wide variety of practices.  

While these articles are correct on matters of law when they are produced, verdicts, rulings, legislation and other actions may affect the applicability of some of the information. Please consult your legal advisor before making decisions on the information you read here.

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New York Releases Guidance on Paid Sick Leave

October 21, 2020
Theresa E. Rusnak and Kerry W. Langan - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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NYC Amends Earned Sick and Safe Time Act

October 16, 2020
Theresa E. Rusnak and Kerry W. Langan - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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New York Travel Restrictions: Frequently Asked Questions UPDATED (10/15)

October 15, 2020
Caitlin A. Anderson and Hermes Fernandez - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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Virginia Employers: The Deadline is October 29, 2020 to Put Up New Mandatory Workplace Posters and Make Changes to Employee Handbooks

October 15, 2020
Brian G. Muse, Sands Anderson PC

A bevy of new Virginia employment laws went into effect in July 2020. These include new laws related to pregnancy accommodation, expanding worker remedies for discrimination and harassment, and limiting the ability of employers to enter into noncompetition agreements with low wage workers.


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Essential Business Update: Cluster Action Initiative

October 13, 2020
Caitlin A. Anderson and Hermes Fernandez - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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California Family Rights Act Expansion Impacts All Employers with Five or More Employees

October 9, 2020
Yen Chau, Donahue Fitzgerald LLP

Beginning next year, 2021, the California Family Rights Act (“CFRA”) will greatly expand to include businesses with five or more employees. And, even for businesses that are already subject to CFRA, the scope of the leave rights are also larger. Here are the key changes to CFRA, which provides employees with up to 12 weeks of protected, unpaid leave to care for themselves, a family member or to bond with a new child.


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IRS Issues Helpful Guidance on the SECURE Act Retirement Plan Changes

October 8, 2020
Robert W. Patterson - Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC
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Shutdown 2.0: New York’s Plan to Deal with Cluster Zones

October 7, 2020
Caitlin A. Anderson and Hermes Fernandez - Bond, Schoeneck & King
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