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State COVID-19 vaccination plan map

Seyfarth Shaw's team of industry-leading employment attorneys has developed Seyfarth's State COVID-19 Vaccination Plan Map, which provides links on state vaccination plans, including executive summaries, full vaccine plans where available, and other updates and sources. more

Department of Labor issues Final Rule on independent contractor status

The Final Rule published Thursday, Jan. 7, in the Federal Register by the U.S. Department of Labor with regard to "Employee or Independent Contractor Classification" uses an "economic reality" test to determine a worker's status. It is currrently scheduled to become effective March 8, 2021. The Final Rule considers whether a worker is in business for himself or herself (independent contractor) or is instead economically dependent on an employer for work (employee). more

The Just-Completed U.S. Supreme Court Decisions and Commentary

COVID-19 made this an unusual Supreme Court term. The court’s final opinions stretched into July, the first time in two decades. Hearings and arguments were made remotely. For the first time ever, the court provided live audio of oral arguments.   more

COVID-19: SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program

In this legal update, William Eck of Seyfarth Shaw outlines the parameters of the eligibility for a low interest loan for small businesses, small agricultural and most nonprofits under the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act. more

Coronavirus FAQs & Legal Update — Employer Challenges in Dealing with a Pandemic

Special thanks to Seyfarth Shaw for sharing their expertise with members of America's Newspapers! View takeaways more

Meeting Employer Challenges to COVID-19

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Download materials from crisis marketing webinar

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Millennials' views on unions may surprise you

The recent and nearly unprecedented union organizing activity belie the thinking that unions are dying and that millennials are an independent, tech-savvy cohort with no use for old-fashioned labor organizations. more
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