Tag: Government

Rush to Judgment: Strategies to Obtain a Clerk’s Judgment

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are likely to see an increase in delinquent accounts, receivables and money owed.  The goal for any business will be to minimize the outstanding receivables and be made whole (or as close to whole as possible) in the near term.  For many businesses, they may have to […]

Written by on July 2020

The Politics of Music: Part Three

If you analyze it, it’s almost shocking to see the differences in our culture pre and post 1965, with music being one of the clearest examples. For one thing, everything all of a sudden seemed to get so serious! Rock n’ Roll music now became known as “Rock” music, the masses evidently preferring to place […]

Written by on April 2020

Major Changes to the Sale of Alcoholic Beverages in New York State Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic: What Business Owners Need to Know

In times of crisis, there are no easy solutions.  However, the New York State Liquor Authority (“NYSLA”) has issued a new set of emergency guidelines for restaurants and bars effected by the Covid-19 pandemic to ease the burden on their businesses by: Permitting restaurants, bars and other food service businesses to continue to operate on […]

Written by on April 2020

Understanding the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”) creates two ways to keep workers paid during the crisis: providing direct help to workers who lose their jobs and extending loans to businesses to help them maintain pay and benefits. Employee Side Benefits The CARES Act will help displaced workers make ends meet […]

Written by on April 2020