March 8, 2021 With the Saturday passage in the Senate (on a 50-49 party-line vote) of a $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act, Congress is on track to complete the
February 27, 2021 Yellow Alert: House Passes President Biden’s American Rescue Plan with Implications for Employers The following alert is from The Council’s government affairs team. The U.S. House of
February 9, 2021 The following alert is from The Council’s government affairs team. House Democrats yesterday laid out their proposal to subsidize health insurance premiums for coverage as part of
January 15, 2021 The following alert is from The Council’s government affairs team. Yesterday afternoon, the incoming Biden Administration released the outline of a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package that
The Council’s initial thoughts on the potential brokerage impact of potential full upcoming Democratic control of the executive and legislative branches.
After nearly a week of threats to veto the $2.3 trillion omnibus/relief bill, President Trump signed it into law.
Federal government funding runs out at midnight tonight, and is unclear whether the House and the Senate can act on a catch-all funding measure as well as pandemic relief.
Much is at risk, including a revised PPP plan, as well as potential major provisions on surprise medical billing.
In the first negative decision on business interruption, a North Carolina judge has ruled that Cincinnati Financial is liable to pay out on BI claims.
May 7, 2020 California Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order yesterday extending workers compensation benefits to workers if they test positive for COVID-19. The executive order, N-62-20, creates a rebuttable