Weintraub Tobin Coronavirus Update
Published: March 16, 2020
Like other businesses and governmental agencies, Weintraub Tobin continues to follow the rapidly changing news regarding the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Our fundamental goal is to take reasonable steps to help protect the health and safety of our employees, attorneys, clients, and community partners. In doing so, we are following the recommendations of the CDC and other public health agencies and are putting in place certain protocols to prevent, and respond to, the virus.
We are also committed to continuing to provide exceptional legal services to the clients we serve and will do our best to minimize any interruptions or delays in those services. In order to minimize in-person contact, many attorneys and staff will be working remotely. Attorneys shall remain readily available to communicate with clients both via telephone and email.
Weintraub Tobin appreciates our clients. They are the reason we exist and we are proud to serve them. If you have any questions about your legal needs during this very unsettling and uncertain time, please contact the Weintraub Tobin attorney you regularly work with. You may also contact Managing Shareholder Gary Bradus at (916) 558-6012. In the meantime, we will continue to monitor developments from public health agencies and, if appropriate, update this notice.
We wish you and your loved ones the best. Stay informed, stay healthy, and stay kind.
COVID-19 Resources from Weintraub Tobin:
COVID-19: Resources for Employers (Updated 4-3-2020)
3rd UPDATE: DOL Again Updates Questions & Answers Page for FFCRA (4-3-2020)
DOL’s Informational Webinar re FFCRA Compliance Goes Live (4-3-2020)
The IRS FAQs Provide Guidance on Employee Documentation/Information to Support FFCRA Leave (4-2-2020)
DOL Announces Temporary Rules for FFCRA Implementation; Informational Webinar to be Released on April 3, 2020 (4-01-2020)
2nd UPDATE: DOL Again Updates Question & Answers Page for Families First Coronavirus Response Act (3-30-2020)
Small Business Provisions of CARES Act (3-28-20)
Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act: Expansion of Unemployment Benefits Through the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program (3-27-2020)
DOL Updates Questions & Answers Page for Families First Coronavirus Response Act (3-27-2020)
San Francisco Issues New Guidance on San Francisco Paid Sick Leave During Pandemic; Financial Relief for San Francisco Employers (3-26-2020)
DOL Issues Model Notice to Employees of Rights Under Families First Coronavirus Response Act (3-25-20)
Federal Stimulus in Response to COVID-19 (3-25-2020)
Families First Coronavirus Response Act Takes Effect April 1, 2020 (3-25-2020)
More On The FFCRA: Payroll Tax Credits And Period Of Non-Enforcement (3-24-2020)
Business and Tax Relief in Response to COVID-19 (3-24-2020)
Commercial Eviction Moratoriums in California and Other Real Estate Issues Arising From the COVID-19 Pandemic (3-23-2020)
IRS to Provide Tax Relief to Some Employers in Light of Families First Coronavirus Response Act (3-22-20)
Governor’s Newsom’s Statewide Order is in Place So Now, How Do Businesses Identify Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers? (3-21-20)
California Governor Newsom Issues State-Wide Stay at Home Order (3-20-20)
(H.R. 6201) Families First Coronavirus Response Act: What Employers Should Know (3-19-20)
Stay Away; No Trademark for Social Distancing and Other Informational Terms (3-19-2020)
San Francisco Paid Sick Leave Expanded Due to COVID-19 (3-17-20)