Weekly Digest: COVID-19 Resources 

December, 2020 - Bradley

This digest is a curated list of Bradley content regarding the coronavirus. In an effort to provide our clients with the easiest way to find information that may be beneficial in responding to the impact of COVID-19, we have provided links to our most recent blog posts, news alerts, webinar recordings and more. Additionally, this digest will now be deployed on a weekly basis in an effort to reduce the number of emails our clients receive. For updates on social media, follow Bradley on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Coronavirus Insights & Updates

The information listed below is categorized by topic for your convenience and includes content from the previous week. Bradley is actively monitoring and engaging with relevant federal, state or local entities on issues related to the coronavirus. Please contact one of the authors if you have any questions. Click on a link below to view the full article, alert, blog, webinar recording or interview.

Banking & Financial Services

COVID Relief Bill Includes $82 Billion for Education: Significant Financial Aid Policy Alterations Included in Bill

Whether it was in a third grade classroom, on a community college campus, or in the most advanced university research lab, it is fair to say the 2020 fall semester looked different than any we have seen before.

COVID-19 Mortgage Servicing Trends Report: 2020 Year-End Review

Oh what a year it has been in the mortgage servicing world! In 2020, our COVID-19 Compliance Roundtable met weekly to discuss emerging compliance issues under the CARES Act, federal agency guidance, state laws and orders, and the many operational hurdles regarding residential mortgage loans that servicers are facing.

Labor & Employment

Bradley Partner Chuck Mataya Quoted in Law360 on New EEOC Vaccine Guidance

Bradley attorney Chuck Mataya was quoted in Law360 on the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) new guidance setting out how businesses that adopt vaccine requirements should handle employees who forego a shot because of a disability or their religion, and how that guidance may impact law firms and court systems.

Good Riddance, 2020! Don’t Let the Door Hit Ya’ On the Way Out…

It was a mess of times. It was the masked of times. We all probably agree that 2020 presented unexpected and unwanted challenges to employers. It certainly made all of us address unprecedented issues. Let’s look back at some of the things we had to learn during the last 12 tumultuous months and see what perspective we may have on them now.

What to Do Before OSHA Comes Knocking with a COVID-19 Inspection

Earlier this year, OSHA issued Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19, an educational reference designed to advise employers in all industries on implementing engineering, administrative, and work practice controls and personal protective equipment (PPE). The guidance is purely advisory and does not create new legal obligations.




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