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New Kentucky Law Protects Businesses from COVID-19 Liability

Posted In Corporate, COVID-19, Employment Law

Kentucky recently joined a growing group of states who have passed measures to protect private businesses from coronavirus-related lawsuits. Senate Bill 5 cleared the Kentucky Senate in early March and the House soon thereafter. It became law on Monday, April 11, without the Governor’s signature. More >

Deadline to Apply for PPP Loans Extended to May 31, 2021

Posted In COVID-19, Employment Law, Payroll Protection Program (PPP)

Employers hoping to take advantage of the Paycheck Protection Program in 2021 have a bit more time to apply. On March 30, President Biden signed the PPP Extension Act of 2021, which extends the application deadline to May 31, 2021 and extends the PPP authorization through June 30, 2021 to provide the Small Business Administration additional time to process applications received by the May 31 deadline. More >

Small Business Law Every Business Owner Needs to Know

Posted In Corporate and Business Tax, Employment Law

Small businesses have a tremendous impact on the U.S. economy, providing 55% of all jobs and 54% of all U.S. sales, according to the Small Business Administration. With such an impact, it’s easy to think that these businesses are subject to less regulation and legal hurdles. Instead, the reality is that small businesses are subject to the same complex tangle of regulation that other businesses face for the most part, but they are often less-equipped to negotiate it. With that in mind, here are four types of laws that small business owners must consider during operation of their businesses. More >

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