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Martin Pringle has the strength your business needs. We are here for you. We are your partner in business and in life. During the good times and the difficult times.

Like your business, Martin Pringle is responding to the challenges of the rapidly changing reality of the COVID-19 global pandemic. As the legal and economic implications of coronavirus COVID-19 continue to evolve, our lawyers are helping clients navigate the uncertainty and assisting them with the complex considerations that businesses are facing. We are working together with our clients to develop individualized response plans and strategies to tackle all of their business’s COVID-19 concerns.

Some of the matters our attorneys are prepared to assist your business with include:

  • Development of Internal Response Plans and Policies
  • Drafting EFMLA and Emergency Sick Leave Policies (including new Human Resources forms)
  • Providing Temporary Remote Work Agreements
  • Navigation of Families First Coronvirus Response Act (FFCRA) emergency sick leave and family/medical leave provisions
  • Questions related to tax credits and other tax relief for businesses under FFCRA and CARES Act
  • Understanding small business loan and grant options under CARES Act

Our commitment to you, our clients, is to continue to support you with up-to-date guidance on the legal issues surrounding COVID-19.

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***The information on this website does not constitute legal advice and does not create any attorney-client relationship between you and Martin Pringle. We will gladly discuss the possibility of representing you, but we must request that you first contact us so that we can ensure that any potential representation meets our internal requirements and to fulfill our important ethical obligation to check for conflicts of interest with our existing clients.***

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DOL Provides Guidance on Exemption from FFCRA Paid Leave Requirements

DOL Provides Guidance on Exemption from FFCRA Paid Leave Requirements

March 31, 2020
DOL has issued guidance on small business exemptions from FFCRA paid leave requirements.

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FAQs for Employers: Families First Coronavirus Response Act Paid Leave Requirements

FAQs for Employers: Families First Coronavirus Response Act Paid Leave Requirements

March 31, 2020
Martin Pringle’s employment attorneys offer guidance on FFCRA in response to the most frequently asked questions from employer clients in Kansas and Missouri.

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Small Business Loans under CARES Act

Small Business Loans under CARES Act

March 31, 2020
Several interesting loan programs are available to small businesses under the CARES Act in response to the COVID-19 public health crisis.

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Bankruptcy Changes under CARES Act

Bankruptcy Changes under CARES Act

March 31, 2020
CARE Act provides some temporary additional benefit to bankruptcy debtors.

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CARES Act & the Self-Employed

CARES Act & the Self-Employed

March 30, 2020
The CARES Act may provide a lifeline to the self-employed in the form of unemployment benefits, loans and grants and direct payments.

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DOL Offers Second Set of FAQs to Provide Employers More Clarity on Upcoming Federal Paid Sick and Family Leave Obligations

DOL Offers Second Set of FAQs to Provide Employers More Clarity on Upcoming Federal Paid Sick and Family Leave Obligations

March 30, 2020
DOL Offers Second Set of FAQs to Provide Employers More Clarity on Upcoming Federal Paid Sick and Family Leave Obligations

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Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act: An Overview

Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act: An Overview

March 29, 2020
The new CARES Act is intended to provide financial assistance to individuals and businesses in response to COVID-19.

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