On December 27, 2020, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA) was signed into law. While the initial buzz focused on amendments to the Paycheck Protection Program and revised employee benefits, the CAA also extended various charitable tax deductions through the end of 2021. These deductions support and incent charitable donations […]
Today, June 10, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) issued a new Emergency Temporary Standard that affects most healthcare employers. Many of the standard’s new rules can best be described as new territory for OSHA that will certainly be subject to legal challenges in the days and weeks […]
As many states’ mask mandates expire, employers are struggling to determine the best approach to masks in the workplace. Many employers have chosen to relax mask requirements for vaccinated employees. However, employers in Montana can no longer make such a distinction between vaccinated and unvaccinated employees without running afoul of […]
The First Session of the 107th Nebraska Legislature adjourned sine die on May 27, 2021. Because this was the first legislative session of the biennium, bills and resolutions from this session will carry-over to the next session. The Second Session of the 107th Legislature is scheduled to convene January 5, […]
In this episode of Baird Holm Banter, David Kramer sits down with Scott P. Moore to discuss disability accessibility requirements for businesses, why we are seeing so many ADA accessibility lawsuits against businesses, and how to avoid them. Listen here.