Changes to Pennsylvania’s Life-Sustaining Business Order: Business Update Part 5

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, on March 18, 2020, Governor Wolf and Secretary Levine ordered all non-life sustaining businesses to cease in-person operations. On April 15, Governor Wolf and Secretary Levine ordered that when a business is performing any non-remote operations it must take certain health and safety measures to protect its customers and … Continued

GKH Paralegal Wins American Law Institute Award

Elder Law paralegal Ryan Burroughs recently won the American Law Institute’s Scholarship & Leadership Award. This award honors law students who best represent a combination of scholarship and leadership. Ryan is in his final year at Widener University Commonwealth Law School. When not in class or completing assignments for class, Ryan works full-time at GKH … Continued

Pennsylvania Allows Local Governments To Conduct Public Meetings via Telecommunication

In light of COVID-19, local government units have been uncertain how to approach public meetings and hearings. While public health and safety precautions limit individuals’ ability to gather together, Pennsylvania’s public meeting laws and municipal codes require the opportunity for the public to participate in meetings. In the absence of specific guidance, each municipal unit … Continued

Coronavirus Tax Update – April 17, 2020

In the three weeks since the CARES Act was signed into law, there have been numerous administrative and regulatory developments regarding state and federal taxation.  This article summarizes several of the key developments. IRS Developments Payroll Protection Program Loans.  Businesses, sole proprietors, and independent contractors have been encouraged to apply for loans through the Payroll … Continued



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