- Posts by Kathleen L. LowdenAssociate
Kathleen Lowden’s practice focuses on employment matters on behalf of both employees and employers, and also includes general commercial litigation. She advises employers on compliance with federal, state, and local ...
As New York state businesses gradually reopen, the state has announced the New York Forward Loan Fund. This s a $100 million loan initiative aimed at small businesses, nonprofits and small landlords that have suffered financially due to COVID-19 closures. According to Governor Cuomo, small businesses comprise 90% of the state’s businesses, and “are facing the toughest challenges.”
To be eligible for a loan, a small business must have 20 or fewer full-time employees, have annual gross revenues of less than $3 million, have been in business for at least one year, and be located in ...
- Public Nuisance: A New Theory of Liability for Employee COVID Claims
- New York Forward Loan Fund
- Employee Lawsuit Claiming Unsafe Workplace Dismissed
- Face Coverings in the Workplace
- Lessons from Recent Challenges to States’ Stay At-Home Orders
- Coronavirus Exposure – Testing Your Liability during the Pandemic
- Furlough: Friend or Foe? Top 5 Considerations before Furlough