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Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFRCA): What Employers Need to Know

COVID Employment Law Update

Families First Coronavirus Response Act FFRCA What Employers Need to KnowOn March 18, 2020, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law.  This new law expands many employers’ obligations to provide sick leave to employees impacted by COVID-19.

Generally, the Act provides that all covered employers must provide all employees with up two weeks of paid sick leave at the regular rate of pay for up to two weeks if the employee is:

  • personally experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and seeking a medical diagnosis; or
  • is personally subject to a quarantine instruction from a Federal, State, or local government or a medical professional.
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Insurance for Small Businesses During the COVID-19 Crisis and Government Shutdowns

Insurance for Small Businesses During the COVID 19 Crisis and Government ShutdownsBusinesses of all kinds will be forced to keep their doors closed in the coming weeks in the face of COVID-19 and the orders from Governor Newsom [1] and the Santa Clara County Health Officer. [2] Business owners should be turning to their insurance policies to consider what help they will be able to obtain. Each business will have different results depending on the kind of coverage they have. This article outlines a few of the common insurance issues that will be relevant in the current crisis.

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Palo Alto Bans Residential Evictions, Will Consider Commercial Evictions As Well

Depositphotos 34016249 s 2019Palo Alto City Council voted last night to adopt the Urgency Ordinance to halt residential evictions for COVID-19 related hardship. 

The city's moratorium on evictions will remain in effect until the city's state of emergency expires. After that, residents would have 120 days to make full payment of the back rent.

Looking at the Agenda for the Palo Alto meeting reveals that the council is also evaluating to extend the eviction moratorium to small businesses, non-profits and commercial tenants also impacted by the State of Emergency. Agenda found here.

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San Jose Imposes Moratorium on Residential Evictions

San Jose Imposes Moratorium on Residential EvictionsThe San José City Council has enacted a temporary eviction moratorium in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The moratorium is in effect through April 17, and the City Council may extend it.

The new ordinance is effective immediately.

The moratorium applies to all residential properties in San José, including single-family homes, rooms rented in single-family homes, duplexes, condominiums, income-restricted apartments (i.e., affordable housing), rent-stabilized apartments, market-rate apartments, and mobilehomes.

Please note the moratorium only applies to residential evictions for nonpayment of rent due to impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak. There is no moratorium on lawful evictions for other just causes.

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