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Family Caregiving in Post-Pandemic World

Family Caregiving in Post-Pandemic World

Family Caregiving in the Post-Pandemic World May is National Elder Law Month, so it seems like an appropriate time to take a look at how we can take the lessons we’ve learned over the past year and apply them to caring for aging and...

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Breaking Up Can be Hard to Do

Breaking Up Can be Hard to Do

When small business owners break up, it can be especially hard. The lines between ownership of a business and responsibility for performing the work of a business tend to be blurry. In many businesses, each owner is expected to carry his...

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Promises Must Be Kept – Unless?

Promises Must Be Kept – Unless?

ForceMajeure/Impossibility/Impracticability of Contractual Performance “Pacta sunt servanta” - “Promises must be kept”, is an age-old, fundamental tenet of the law of contracts. Yet, how many times in this pandemic age do we hear: “You...

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COVID-19 Planning for Employers

COVID-19 Planning for Employers

COVID-19 Planning for Employers: As employers have been cobbling together their defenses of hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, and face masks, they need to also work on crafting a plan. In fact, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s latest Executive Order says, “On or before May 11, 2020, all Hoosier employers shall develop a plan to implement measures and institute safeguards to ensure a safe environment for their employees, customers, clients, and members.

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Paycheck Protection Loan Program

Paycheck Protection Loan Program

Paycheck Protection Loan Program: Establishing Historical Payroll Costs will be a Key Part of the Process The Paycheck Protection Program, which was recently established by the CARES Act, provides for emergency loans to help small...

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