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Last week, I blogged here about a couple of bills in Congress that could relax some of the more stringent rules associated with Paycheck Protection Program loans.

This week, one of those pieces of legislation called the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 just cleared the House by a vote of 417-1. Here is a copy of the bill. And courtesy of this press release from co-sponsor, Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX), here is a concise bullet-point summary of what the new legislation accomplishes:


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Earlier this month, I told you about an attorney who claimed that her former employer wrongfully discharged her for refusing to violate a stay-at-home order.

Now, we’ve got another lawyer-plaintiff, this time claiming that his former employer fired him for taking FMLA leave when after contracted COVID-19. Continue reading

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has adopted revised policies for enforcing OSHA’s COVID-19 requirements. Among them, its enforcement policy for recording cases of coronavirus.

Here’s what your business needs to know about the new OSHA reporting rules: Continue reading


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Yesterday, I wrote here about how a small business that obtains a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program can avoid government scrutiny.

But, if you’re more risk-aggressive — or, you know, YOLO! — here’s how to have the U.S. Department of Justice all up in your business. Continue reading

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