After much speculation as to what, if any, restrictions would apply to residential evictions after Governor Wolf’s moratorium expired, the CDC has announced a temporary halt to residential evictions to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.
The Federal judge noted DeVos’ Final Rule is not in accordance with Congress’ mandate to allocate CARES funds to non-public schools “in the same manner” as the ESEA.
As of August 17th, 2020, Pennsylvania’s Department of Education (“PDE”) is requiring everyone within the school community to wear face coverings at all times while in school, even when six feet of social distancing is being maintained.
If you are a parent on the eve of schools reopening wondering “how can I make this work,” the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) has a provision that may help.
Whether the schools ultimately decide to play or not play, the best preparation for any legal challenge is to listen to and consider all the risks and make a reasonable decision on the record.
On August 3, 2020, a notable decision was entered in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. While this decision doesn’t necessarily apply to Pennsylvania employers, it is noteworthy because it does give us some idea of how the implementation of FFCRA will unfold.
School Boards and staff continue to monitor ever-changing guidance from state agencies regarding health, safety and educational concerns related to the impending start of school.
On August 8th, President Trump issued an executive order which permits the deferral, withholding, and payment of some employee’s wage taxes from September 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020.
In this episode of Planning Now, estate planning attorney Ryan Fields explains why this is a good time to review your documents, use online tools to define your intentions, and make sure your will, trust, or power of attorney also reflect your wishes.
In this presentation, KingSpry attorneys Brian Taylor and Dr. Kathleen Conn discuss the most important changes for K-12 schools.