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Should Businesses Be Protected From COVID-19 Lawsuits When They Reopen?

As states begin to lift COVID-19 lockdowns, many businesses face uncertainties as they open their doors again. How many of their customers will come back? How many of their employees will come back? Besides those concerns, they may also be asking themselves about new legal risks that might arise as they resume business. What kind […]

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Safety Measures Small Businesses Should Keep in Mind When Reopening

Small-business owners who reopen their doors following coronavirus-related shutdowns face many uncertainties. Will their customers come back? Will their employees come back? Can they even stay in business? But the most pressing uncertainty is probably safety. How can owners and operators of small businesses keep everyone safe? We’ve learned that one of the best ways […]

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EEOC: Businesses May Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations

Companies that are making plans to reopen offices and workplaces have received a green light from the federal government that they may require returning employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19. On May 28, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued an advisory stating that employers could require vaccinations for those who are returning to the job as long […]

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Do I Need a Lawyer to Form a Nonprofit?

Entrepreneurs are natural self-starters who believe they can do it all themselves, including the incorporation work necessary to start a small business. (And with some of the resources available on the internet, sometimes they might be right.) But incorporation can be a tricky thing to get right. And if you’re starting a nonprofit to do good, make sure you […]

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