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COVID-19: Navigating WARN Act Issues During These Uncertain Times

USA - April 6 2020 As the outbreak of COVID-19 affects the country and states, counties and cities take…

Guy Brenner, Nayirie K. Mehdikhani, Steven J. Pearlman, Jurate Schwartz.

CARES ACT Relief for Mid-Size Businesses Comes with Important Union Related Conditions

USA - April 1 2020 Mid-sized businesses (defined as 500 to 10,000 employees) impacted by the Coronavirus may be able to obtain relief loans under the COVID-19 stimulus…

Joshua S Fox, Dominique Kilmartin, Michael Lebowich.

CARES ACT Relief for Mid-Size Businesses Comes with Important Union Related Conditions

USA - April 1 2020 Mid-sized businesses (defined as 500 to 10,000 employees) impacted by the Coronavirus may be able to obtain relief loans under the COVID-19 stimulus…

Joshua S Fox, Dominique Kilmartin, Michael Lebowich.

New York Court of Appeals Clarifies Application of New York’s Criminal History Discrimination and “Aiding and Abetting” Provisions

USA - May 5 2017 In Griffin v. Sirva, Inc., the New York Court of Appeals held that while only “employers” may be liable for criminal conviction history discrimination…

Laura Fant.

Second Circuit Seeks Guidance from NY Court of Appeals on Standard for Awarding Punitive Damages Under the New York City Human Rights Law

USA - November 2 2016 The Second Circuit is once again seeking guidance from the New York Court of Appeals, this time on the question of the appropriate standard for…

Laura Fant.