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The attorneys and staff at Mallor Grodner have always put our clients’ needs and best interests at the forefront. That has not changed. In fact, it is especially true during the uncertain, difficult time we are all experiencing in the fight to curb the rise of the coronavirus.Many of our team members began working remotely […]

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As discussed in prior Legal Alerts and webinars, the CARES Act (the “Act”) was quickly passed, but left numerous uncertainties.  These resulted from ambiguities in the text of the Act, slow and limited issuance of regulatory guidance, logistical concerns with implementation of the PPP origination process by banks, and significant demand and limited funding.  While […]

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What Employers Need to Know and Do as Workplaces Reopen             As some States are contemplating measures to ease the stay at home restrictions in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, employers need to prepare for reopening their businesses and/or moving their remote workforce back into the office. Employers must be proactive in addressing the […]

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Posted:            Apr 7, 2020, Indy Bar, Moving Forward Together By:                  Jenna Heavner, Mallor Grodner LLP As I write, drinking my coffee in the quiet of my home while the older kids are still sleeping soundly upstairs, my five-month-old chatters cheerfully beside me.  She didn’t sleep at all last night, which I’m blaming on teething—or maybe […]

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As the reality of COVID-19 sets in, many have been taking steps to ensure that their house is in order. This includes making sure that hands are being washed, frequently touched surfaces are cleaned regularly, and social distancing is being practiced.  It also means having an up-to-date estate plan available in the event of an […]

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March 30, 2020 The lives of families around the world have been altered dramatically by a particle approximately a millionth of an inch in size.  For families that include divorced or never married parents, COVID-19 may present additional questions and complexity.  The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) and the American Academy of Matrimonial […]

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