Last week, just before adjourning for a COVID-19-shortened summer recess, the California State Senate passed a measure that, if it becomes law, would significantly expand the availability of unpaid family leave in the state.
On Wednesday, July 1, Governor Newsom ordered restaurants and other indoor activities in much of the state to close down for a three-week period, due to concerns about rising COVID-19 metrics.
The use of telehealth technology and services has increased by record levels in 2020, driven by the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent telehealth policy flexibilities temporarily implemented by federal, state and private payers.
On Sunday, June 28, Governor Gavin Newsom ordered seven counties to close bars in their jurisdictions, due to rising COVID-19 metrics.
On June 23, 2020, in CF Disclosure Guidance: Topic No. 9A, the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance issued a supplement to the Division’s initial COVID-19-related disclosure guidance from March 25. The Division’s supplemental guidance details suggestions for public ...
Manatt shares insight on the recently issued examiner guidance outlining supervisory principles for assessing safety and soundness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In April, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provided relief regarding certain filing, payment, and other time-sensitive action deadlines in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Just over three months after Governor Newsom issued California’s Stay at Home Order to combat the spread of COVID-19, almost all of the state’s 58 counties have moved to reopen most of their businesses and public sectors.
Los Angeles County continues to move forward in reopening key economic and community sectors that were previously closed or operating in limited capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As set forth in the CARES Act, a substantial portion of monies borrowed under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) may be eligible for forgiveness.