ADA Lawsuits Newsletter

The coronavirus put a damper on the filing of new ADA cases for architectural barrier and website claims. But as the economy and the courts start to come out of their COVID-19 hibernation, DPA Attorneys at Law is predicting a return to “business as usual” as far as ADA lawsuits.  California is the #1 hot…

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Eviction Moratorium Expiration (October 9th, 2020 Update)

On October 9, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provided new guidelines that granted landlord’s additional powers. The new guidelines allow landlords to challenge tenant declarations of eligibility. This ability to challenge permits landlords to initiate eviction proceedings for non-payment of rent at any time. While Landlords may initiate eviction proceedings at…

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FFCRA Exemption Letter

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”), which requires employers to provide certain benefits to those unable to work because of COVID-19, including 80 hours of paid sick leave to each employee.  Small businesses are exempt from the FFCRA if they: (1) have fewer than 50 employees…

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COVID-19 FAQs for Employers

As discussed in our Interactive Legal Blog, we, at DPA Attorneys at Law, have prepared a list of frequently asked questions and answers relating to Best Practices for Employers. Can an employer require that employees who test positive for Coronavirus disclose confidentially the test results to the employer? • Yes. The Americans with Disabilities Act…

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COVID-19 FAQs for Employers

As discussed in our Interactive Legal Blog, we, at DPA Attorneys at Law, have prepared a list of frequently asked questions and answers relating to Best Practices for Employers. Can an employer require that employees who test positive for Coronavirus disclose confidentially the test results to the employer? Yes. The Americans with Disabilities Act permits…

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FFCRA Exemption Letter

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”), which requires employers to provide certain benefits to those unable to work because of COVID-19, including 80 hours of paid sick leave to each employee.  Small businesses are exempt from the FFCRA if they: (1) have fewer than 50 employees…

Continue reading…

ADA Lawsuits Newsletter

The coronavirus put a damper on the filing of new ADA cases for architectural barrier and website claims. But as the economy and the courts start to come out of their COVID-19 hibernation, DPA Attorneys at Law is predicting a return to “business as usual” as far as ADA lawsuits.  California is the #1 hot…

Continue reading…