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OSHA Regulations In A COVID-19 Era

OSHA Regulations In A COVID-19 Era

OSHA will be increasing the number of its inspections. Inspections will vary by industry risk (from low to very high), the nature of a complaint(s), multiple complaints, or other reasons like a random inspection.

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Employer/Employee Rights Under The New COVID-19 Legislation Article

Employer/Employee Rights Under The New COVID-19 Legislation Article

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Congress enacted legislation to assist U.S. workers and to define an employer’s new obligations to those workers.

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What To Do If An Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19

What To Do If An Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19

Take the right steps in ensuring the safety of your employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): A Force Majeure Defense?

Coronavirus (COVID-19): A Force Majeure Defense?

Does Florida Law Provide Relief to Contracting Parties in the Form of the Doctrines of Impossibility of Performance, Acts of God, Frustration of Purpose, and Force Majeure, Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

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Businesses Combating the Coronavirus COVID-19

Businesses Combating the Coronavirus COVID-19

For business and business owners, this global pandemic can be worrisome and fearful. In an attempt to prevent the Coronavirus COVID-19 from affecting you, please keep in mind the following tips.

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What To Do If You've Been Sued

What To Do If You've Been Sued

A lawsuit begins when a Plaintiff (the party bringing a lawsuit) files a Complaint, which is a document that outlines the Plaintiff’s case. The Complaint must then be served on the Defendant, who is the party being sued (in this case you). Service means that the Complaint is formally delivered to the party being sued by a licensed process server. In some situations there are alternative ways to make service.

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