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COVID-19 RESOURCE LIST

Last updated: 3/25/20 Below are links to useful information regarding COVID-19, its impact on businesses and resources to help businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. This list will be updated as more information becomes available. Check back often. Many of the links above are to websites over which Neider & Boucher has no control. We are […]

Employer Injury Disaster Loans through the Small Business Administration

Updated March 24, 2020 This article was written by Attorney Eric Klemm In light of the tremendous consequences to business and individuals associated with the growth of the coronavirus COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”), Neider & Boucher, S.C. has recently published an employment law FAQ on various workplace issues, a primer on Force Majeure clauses, and review of […]

COVID-19 and Cash Flow Considerations

Updated March 24, 2020 How can I work to ensure I have cashflow for my obligations? There are federal, state, and local resources to help businesses access funds to sustain themselves and continue to  pay their obligations, including payroll, landlords, and other parties. How do I access these resources? Generally, you will need financial statements, […]

Furloughs, Layoffs, and Terminations in the Time of COVID-19

March 24, 2020 In light of the tremendous consequences to business and individuals associated with the growth of the coronavirus COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”), Neider & Boucher, S.C. has recently published an employment law FAQ on various workplace issues, a primer on Force Majeure clauses, a review of the Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), and an […]

COVID-19 and Workforce Considerations

The following is a simplification of complex legal concepts and does not contain all applicable legal considerations or requirements. Consult legal counsel for specifics.                        What is the difference between a furlough, layoff and termination? A furlough involves a reduction in scheduled work and corresponding […]

Neider & Boucher COVID-19 Information Summaries

Updated:  March 24, 2020 Neider & Boucher, S.C. has recently published, among other things, an employment law FAQ on various workplace issues, a primer on Force Majeure clauses, a review of the Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), and an unemployment insurance overview.  For simplicity, the firm is also making available the following quick-reference guides […]

COVID-19 (the “Coronavirus”), the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, and The Fall-Out to Your Business

Last Updated:  March 22, 2020 In light of the tremendous consequences to business and individuals associated with the growth of the coronavirus COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”), Neider & Boucher, S.C. has recently published an employment law FAQ on various workplace issues, a primer on Force Majeure clauses, and review of the Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA).  […]

The New Families First Coronavirus Response Act and What it Means for Businesses?

This article was written by Attorney John Rather The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201) (FFCRA), signed into law March 18th, represents Congress’s initial efforts to address the impact of the coronavirus COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) on many Americans. It includes nutritional assistance to vulnerable Americans, reduces financial barriers to Coronavirus testing, additional funding for state […]

The Ripple Effect of COVID-19 On Businesses

By now, most people have heard of the virus commonly called the “Coronavirus,” more scientifically known as COVID-19 (“coronavirus disease 2019”).  COVID-19 was first detected in China and as of March 12, 2020 has now spread to over 90 countries internationally, including the United States.  Over the last month the Dow Jones Industrial Average has […]

COVID-19 MESSAGE

At this time, Neider & Boucher remains fully operational with normal business hours.  However, in response to the rapidly changing coronavirus situation, we have taken the following steps to ensure uninterrupted service to our clients:

  1. We have technology in place that allows our employees to work remotely to limit their risk of exposure and protect their health.
  2. While in the office, we continue to preserve social distancing practices and will not be scheduling face-to-face office conferences with clients or guests.
  3. We have the capability to meet with clients in small and/or large groups via telephone or video conferences. 

We are available to respond to your questions regarding estate plans, healthcare powers of attorney, employment practices and business transactions.  We will continue to support your legal needs.