Complying with Family First Coronavirus Act

The Department of Labor has issued a Question and Answer page designed to assist employers in complying with the recently passed Families First Coronavirus Act:

The Q&A provides answers to some initial questions relating to reaching the 500 employee mark; how to determine if an employer is a single or joint enterprise; and the interaction and combined use of sick leave and paid family leave while at home caring for a child.  Importantly, and without explanation for the change, the effective date of the Families First Coronavirus Act has been moved up to April 1, 2020 (formerly April 2, 2020).

By Miles Welo

Canada became the 104th member of the Madrid System for the International Registration of Marks (the “Madrid Protocol”), allowing international brands to utilize the system in Canada beginning on June 17, 2019. The Madrid Protocol provides an efficient and cost-effective process for brand owners to register and protect their marks worldwide, covering 120 countries, and is essential for international trademark owners. (more…)

We mourn the passing of our co-founder, leader, and dear friend, Michael T. Gavin — “Mike.” But, as Mike would have us do, we also celebrate his amazing life and the incredible legacy he built not only here at Mansour Gavin but through his family and throughout Cleveland’s legal, business, and charitable communities. (more…)

Brendon Friesen will discuss “Operationalizing Marijuana in Residential Care Facilities” with Kemper House at the Ohio Assisted Living Association webinar this Wednesday, February 13, 2019. The presentation will address key issues and difficulties assisted living facilities face in administering medical marijuana to their residents.

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