Introducing the Ally Law COVIDAlly Blog
We understand this is an uncertain time with each day bringing new issues and questions as COVID-19 continues to spread around the world. We are committed to providing our clients and colleagues in the community with as much helpful information as possible to help prevent, respond to, and mitigate the effects of this medical, business, and economic challenge.
In addition to forming a multidisciplinary team with attorneys from across our firm to provide guidance on issues arising from the Coronavirus, as the exclusive Florida member firm of Ally Law, an international alliance of law firms, we are able to share the COVIDAlly blog. This resource compiles updates from AllyLaw’s firms across the world to deliver information and insights about the Coronavirus pandemic’s impact on data privacy, contract negotiations, employment matters, trade concerns, and legal disputes, as well as how to identify and take advantage of federal and state government legislation, changing tax rules, and economic-stimulus initiatives.
Ally Law includes 72 law firms with over 2,800 attorneys in business centers throughout 46 countries. Each firm in the network goes through a rigorous vetting process and abides by the International Bar Association’s International Code of Ethics.
THE LATEST UPDATES FROM WILLIAMS PARKER
- The Notice Required by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act is Now Available for Download
- Department of Labor Guidance Explains Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- Employees’ Healthcare Coverage and Unpaid Leave, Layoff, or Furlough
- Addressing Barrier Presented by COVID-19 to the Execution and Utilization of Valid Estate Planning Documents
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employment Law Guidance Specific to Healthcare Providers
- Families First Coronavirus Act: Paid Sick and Family Leave for COVID-19 Absences
- Treasury Extends Income Tax Filing Deadline to July 15, 2020, for “All Taxpayers and Businesses”
- Force Majeure and the COVID-19 Pandemic: What Does This Mean for Real Estate Contracts
- Financial Assistance For Small Business Losses Caused By COVID-19
- Congress Responds to COVID-19: Extended Income Tax Payment Deadline, Refundable Payroll Credit for Certain Employers, and More Stimulus to Come
- Employment Law Update and General Guidance for Employers
- Coronavirus and the Workplace
We will continue to provide updates on developments as this situation evolves.
Be well and please do not hesitate to contact us at 941-366-4800 with any questions or concerns.