Emerging Legal Issues for Your Pregnancy Center & COVID-19

05.26.2020 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.

Pregnancy Centers and COVID-19

As pregnancy centers continue to provide essential services throughout Minnesota, it is crucial to develop and engage in appropriate protective measures specific to COVID-19. This will not only protect your clients, volunteers, and employees, but may also reduce your legal risks.

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How the FFCRA Affects Businesses with Less than 50 Employees

03.31.2020 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.

How the Families First Coronavirus Response Act Affects Businesses with Less than 50 Employees

[Update to this post here – 4/3/2020]

More COVID-19 Resources

Are you a business owner with fewer than 50 employees (for a profit, nonprofit or religious organization)? Are you confused about the specific criteria required to claim an exemption to the expanded leave provisions of the Family’s First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)? If so, you’re not alone. Recently, the U.S. Department of Labor provided much-needed information and guidance.

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The new Families First Coronavirus Response Act, signed into law last week, might be a bit confusing or overwhelming (especially for business owners who may already be busy implementing new office cleaning procedures or are figuring out how to have employees newly remote in from home). How do the new emergency paid sick leave regulations under this law affect you? We’ve put together an infographic to help you navigate the information.

Emergency Paid Sick Leave infographic

Do not hesitate to contact our firm if you have any questions regarding the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and how it affects your business.

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Please don’t pay anyone to renew your MN Entity Status!

12.18.2019 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.

Warning

Over the past week, I’ve responded to several clients’ emails and phone calls regarding an official-looking form they received in the mail. This form appeared to be a notice for renewing their Minnesota entity status and asked for a payment of $95.00 to be mailed in along with the filled out form.

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