Even the most prepared employer may not have anticipated a global pandemic reaction plan was needed as part of their business plan, policies, or employee handbook. […]
Archives From 'April 2020'
Many California employers are hoping to make layoffs and reductions in force methods of last resort, instead opting first for furloughs, pay cuts, or changes in status from full-time to part-time for their employees. […]
Trust/will Beneficiaries May Be Able to Sue The Estate Planning Attorney for Malpractice Based on the Negligent Drafting of the Will and/or Trust
In general, beneficiaries of a Trust or Will have no attorney-client relationship with the attorney hired by the Trustor to draft estate planning documents including a Trust and its Amendments and a Will and any Codicils. […]
When it comes to rent relief, options for residential tenants have been widely publicized, but many employers, facing a downturn in business, are wondering what options they have for relief. […]
As quarantine, isolation, and stay-at-home orders remain in place, employers and employees are facing business closures and workload reductions which have lasted for several weeks and could continue for months. […]