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The Wisconsin Supreme Court, COVID-19, and American Civics

By Jarred Boyer & Tyler Schaeffer (May 28, 2020) - Separation of Powers and the concept of checks and balances, taught in American Civics classes, play a significant role in every action throughout the case of Wisconsin's Supreme Court decision to strike down the state's second stay-at-home order.

U.S. Department of Education Rewrites the Rules for Handling Sexual Harassment Accusations

By Lindsay Leible Combs (May 22, 2020) - Significant changes to Title IX – the federal civil rights law providing protections and due process for those involved in allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault at institutions which receive federal financial assistance, including colleges and universities – will go into effect August 14, 2020.

Texas Judge Allows Chapter 11 Debtor to Submit PPP Loan Application

April 28, 2020 - The PPP, a part of the CARES Act, extends the loan program under the Small Business Act to businesses with less than 500 employees. Neither the CARES Act nor the Small Business Act contain language prohibiting the grant of PPP loans to entities operating under the Bankruptcy Code.

Hidden Risks in PPP Loans for Borrowers

April 21, 2020 - Banking attorney Angela L. Drumm's latest column describes why borrowers should quickly analyze the impact of their PPP loan on their primary lending facilities and reach out to their primary lender to address the risks.

Homeowner and Condominium Associations & the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Stephen G. Davis (March 24, 2020) - On March 21, 2020, St. Louis County and St. Louis City issued Stay at Home Orders in response to the global COVID-19 health crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged—and will continue to challenge—the usual functioning of communities, such as conducting annual and board meetings, holding elections, ratifying budgets, and other typical business processes.



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