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Category: Employment Law

Long Term COVID Effects Could Lead to Permanent Disability

A recent article in the New York Times Magazine highlights the problems that people who had contracted Covid-19 still experience several months after their supposed recovery.  According to the Times, long term symptoms include extended fatigue, trouble focusing, pervasive forgetfulness, heart inflammation, kidney problems, extreme chest pain, and others.  Oftentimes, medical testing cannot detect the

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Stimulus Debt Card Is Not A Scam

The Economic Impact Payments, commonly referred to as stimulus payments, are being sent to people across the United States.  Some of those payments are being sent through regular mail in the form of a debit card. The National Consumer Law Center has published a guide on what to look for if your stimulus payment is

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Emergency Law Expands Paid Leave Availability For Many Workers

The “Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act” or EFMLEA was just passed and goes into effect on April 2, 2020.  This law covers all employers with fewer than 500 employees, and eligible employees must have worked for the employer for at least 30 days. An employee is eligible for EFMLEA leave if the employee

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Employment Issues and the Coronavirus

If you are laid off in Ohio as a result of a business closure or slow down because of the coronavirus precautions, you may have enhanced unemployment compensation rights under an executive order issued by the Governor. Many other employment-related issues are likely to arise when employees are furloughed or laid off during this crisis.

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