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Prior Work Conflicts in the Age of COVID-19

It is always the case that lawyers and law firms must stay attuned to the possibility of prior work conflicts. Special vigilance is warranted now, however, because the COVID-19 pandemic has created particular ways in which prior work conflicts are rearing their heads.

Published: 09/04/20

Summary COVID-19: Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is authorized to guarantee up to $349 billion in loans to eligible borrowers through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). These loans are then forgiven after an eight-week period, if certain conditions are met.

Published: 08/04/20

Ten Things You Need to Know About Force Majeure Now

In the social and economic fallout from the Coronavirus, businesses are assessing how best to address their commercial relationships, especially where potentially insurmountable barriers to performance loom large.

Published: 25/03/20

Managing your Workforce in Unprecedented Times

Economic circumstances and government decisions may necessitate short- or long-term reductions in workforces.  As employers face these decisions, they must remain mindful of applicable law protecting employees.

Published: 17/03/20

Brief Urges SJC to Reject Appellate Court’s Decision on Standing

Law firm Goulston & Storrs recently filed an amicus brief on behalf of NAIOP Massachusetts, The Commercial Real Estate Development Association.

Published: 05/03/20