BUCKLEY LAW’S COMMITMENT TO CLIENTS & EMPLOYEES

As we monitor the changes with COVID-19, we continue our commitment to serving our employees, clients, and friends of the Firm. Our business continuity plan enables our experienced team to help you get through this tough time.

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If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact Buckley Law. We are here to partner with you.


 

EMPLOYMENT LAW

On May 13, 2021, the CDC significantly relaxed its mask and physical distancing guidance for those individuals who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus (COVID-19). In response to the new guidance from the CDC, on May l8, 2021, the Oregon Health Authority issued its own Interim Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Individuals and Statewide Reopening Guidance – Face coverings, Face Coverings, Face Shields.

On May 19, 2021, Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) issued its Statement Regarding Vaccination Status in Relation to Oregon’s Face Covering and Physical Distancing Requirements. Under the new Interim Guidance from the Oregon Health Authority and the new Oregon OSHA guidance, employers may allow fully vaccinated individuals to work in the employer’s workplace without masks, face coverings, or face shields and without physical distancing if certain requirements are met.

Buckley Law’s Employment Group has been closely following new federal and state laws and emergency orders as they develop to keep its clients up to date in an ever-changing environment and we will continue to monitor as we work our way through this crisis.

EMPLOYER FAQ ON OREGON’S REVISED MASK AND PHYSICAL DISTANCING GUIDANCE FOR FULLY VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS  dated 5/24/21 

FMLA EXPANSION ACT – FAQ  Updated 3/31/20

EMERGENCY PAID SICK LEAVE ACT – FAQ  Updated 3/31/20

 

BUSINESS LAW

During the current COVID-19 pandemic, determine the best ways to navigate what is best for your business.

PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM OVERVIEW

CONSIDERATIONS TO MAXIMIZE YOUR VALUE PRIOR TO BUSINESS SALE 

 

ESTATE PLANNING

While it is always important to have your estate plan completed, many clients are especially anxious during this time of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It is important to review your current estate planning documents or ensure that you have those documents in place.

ESTATE PLANNING DURING COVID-19

CARES ACT: IMPACT TO RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS

 

REAL ESTATE

LANDLORD COMPLIANCE WITH EXTENDED MORATORIUM ON EVICTIONS IN OREGON

PARTITION: FORCING THE SALE OF A PROPERTY WHEN CO-OWNERS DON’T AGREE

 

OTHER RESOURCES

SBA Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resource

IRS Coronavirus Tax Relief for Businesses and Tax-Exempt Entities

IRS Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Payments

U.S. Department of Labor Coronavirus Resources

CDC Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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