July 26, 2022 | Client AlertCCM is pleased to announce that Dean Leffelman and Chris McCleary have joined the firm as Of Counsel in our corporate department.
We are continuing to monitor updates on the coronavirus (COVID-19) and particularly its impact on our clients. The Department of Labor released a comprehensive guide that addresses a number of questions, policies and recommended practices to address COVID-19 in the workplace. If you have any questions about how COVID-19 affects your business please contact Ross Molho in our employment practice at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 630-871-2614.
Paycheck Protection Program and EIDL Loans
Senate Passes House Act Amending Key PPP Loan Provisions
House Passes Bill Amending Key PPP Loan Provisions
House Bill Would Amend Key PPP Loan Provisions
SBA Issues Long-Awaited Guidance on PPP Loan Forgiveness
Reversal of IRS Position on Loan Forgiveness
Congress Passes Additional PPP Funding; SBA Issues Additional Guidance
Treasury and SBA Update Paycheck Protection Program Loan Guidance
SBA Issues Interim Final Rules On Paycheck Protection Program
SBA Issues Paycheck Protection Program Guidance to Lenders and Sample Loan Application
ABA Section of Taxation Letter in Response to IRS Notice 2020-23
Illinois Extends 2019 Tax Filing and Payment to July 15, 2020
IRS Extends Filing Deadline to July 15, 2020
Illinois Department of Revenue Waives Penalties for Late Sales Tax Payments from Bars and Restaurants
IRS Provides Further Guidance on Delayed Tax Payments
Treasury Delays April 15 Tax Deadline by 90 Days for Millions
Labor & Employment
Will Your Workplace Require a COVID Vaccination?
EEOC Issues Updated Guidance on “What You Should Know” About COVID-19’s Effects on Federal Equal Opportunity Laws
Department of Labor Provides Clarity to FMLA, FLSA, and FFCRA Covid-19 Guidelines
The EEOC Releases New COVID-19 Guidelines
Illinois General Assembly Issues Final Word on COVID-19 as a Workplace Injury for Worker’s Compensation
Illinois Department of Commerce Releases Phase 3 Guidelines for Reopening
OSHA’S Disappointing Reversal on Recording COVID-19 Infections as Workplace Injuries
New COBRA Rules During the COVID-19 National Emergency
Guidance for Employers Returning to Work; COVID Infections as Worker’s Compensation Injuries, and More.
OSHA Relieves Most Employers from Recording COVID-19 Infections as Workplace Injuries
Center for Disease Control Issues Interim Guidance for Implementing Safety Practices for Employees Exposed to Person with Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19
New Guidance from the Federal Government on Unemployment Benefits — $600 Payment
Department of Labor “Posting” Requirement for Paid Leave – May Require Distributing Notice Electronically
IRS Publishes Detailed Guidance on Tax Credits For Employers Who Give Paid Sick Leave and Emergency FMLA – What Documentation May Employers Ask For?
CCM COVID-19 Alert – President Signs CARES Act Into Law
Governor Pritzker Issues Stay Home Order; Exemptions will Allow Many Businesses to Remain Open.
Stimulus Checks to Deceased Must be Returned
Letter Updating Covid-19 Impact on Court Operations and the Affect on Estate Planning
Executing Documents During the Covid-19 Shut Down
Estate Planning Issues During Covid-19 Outbreak
Contracts & Commercial Real Estate
Leasing Lite – Proposed Illinois Covid-19 Immunity Act
Residential Landlords Take Notice City of Chicago Proposes New Ordinance Mandating up to Twelve Months of Rent Relief for Tenants affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic
1031 Like-Kind Exchanges and COVID-19
Financial Covenant Considerations in Loan Documents During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Commercial Leasing Issues During Covid-19 Outbreak
Bankruptcy Court Determines Illinois COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Orders are Force Majeure Events Sufficient to Partially Excuse Rent
DuPage County Remote Procedures