President Biden's September 9, 2021 COVID-19 Action Plan

September 15, 2021

Introduction On September 9, 2021, President Biden announced a plan promoted to both protect lives and allow the economy to steadily improve. As of that time, government health authorities were reporting that more than 650,00...

By: Lisa E. Pizza

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What Should an Employer do about COVID-19? May 28, 2021 Guidance from the EEOC

June 3, 2021

As we continue to see improvement in the pandemic situation and increased vaccination rates, employers still face many COVID-19 questions. Employers always have a duty to provide a safe workplace. Following CDC, state and loc...

By: Patricia A. Wise

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Alex Savickas Serving as a CASA/Guardian Ad Litem

March 30, 2021

Spengler Nathanson attorney Alex Savickas completed the training and requirements to become a CASA/Guardian Ad Litem through the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas Juvenile Division. To become a Guardian, Alex attended a 40-...

By: Alex M. Savickas

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Residential and Commercial Landlord Update: Federal CARES Act Eviction Moratorium

June 2, 2020

Many people are aware of the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loans available to small business under the Federal CARES Act signed on March 27, 2020, but fewer know about the temporary moratorium on residential eviction...

By: Nathan H. Zechman

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Employment Law Update – Reentering the Workplace

May 11, 2020

As pandemic conditions continue, employees may be reluctant to reenter the workplace. Some may even refuse to return to work. Fear and anxiety are understandable, and most every employee has certain risk factors applicable...

By: Patricia A. Wise

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Litigation Update – Insurance Coverage and Contractual Rights

April 16, 2020

The Covid-19 crisis continues to present legal and economic challenges for individuals and businesses. Spengler Nathanson’s legal team is monitoring these evolving challenges, including those involving insurance coverage and ...

By: Gerald R. Kowalski

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Family Law Update: Stimulus Payments, Ongoing Visitation, Court Closures, and Domestic Violence Concerns Amidst the Pandemic

April 9, 2020

By Stephen Szuch, Esq., a certified specialist in Family Law by the Ohio State Bar Association In the wake of Ohio’s efforts to contain COVID-19, a number of unique legal issues have presented themselves to changing familie...

By: Stephen M. Szuch

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April 2, 2020 Amended Stay-at-Home Order Affects Essential and Non-Essential Businesses

April 3, 2020

On April 2nd, 2020, the Director of the Ohio Department of Health issued an amended stay-at-home Order. The new Order takes effect April 6th (when the original Order would have expired) and remains in effect through May 1s...

By: Clare C. Armbruster & Lisa E. Pizza

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Business and Employment Law Update: Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (“CARES”) Act

March 31, 2020

We wish to make you aware of important new federal legislation that will assist businesses in remaining open during this challenging economic time. On Friday, March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Secur...

By: Nathan H. Zechman

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Employment Law Update: Employee Notice Obligations

March 27, 2020

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division has announced additional guidance to provide information to workers and employers regarding rights associated with the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Employe...

By: Nathan H. Zechman

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Employment Law Update: Families First Coronavirus Response Act and Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act

March 25, 2020

As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to evolve, Spengler Nathanson’s attorneys are monitoring new developments and legal issues, including in the area of employment law. We provide the following update regarding t...

By: Patricia A. Wise

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A Message to Our Clients and Friends re COVID-19

March 24, 2020

To Our Clients and Friends: For over 70 years, the attorneys at Spengler Nathanson have been available to serve the legal needs of the people of Northwest Ohio and beyond. During these challenging and unprecedented times, ...

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