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Not-for-Profit Corporation Law Modernization Act:  2022 Amendments   Background In November 2022, Governor Hochul signed the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law (N-PCL) Modernization Act into law. The purpose of this law, as indicated in the bills passed by the state legislature earlier this year, is to “align [not-for-profit corporation law] with current industry practices related to board…

New York Paid Family Leave Law:  Updated Guidance for 2023 Paid Family Leave (“PFL”): Overview and Qualifying Events The New York Paid Family Leave (“PFL”) Law first went into effect in 2018 with the goal of supporting working families by providing them with economic security to care for their loved ones. PFL is funded by…

NEW YORK LAWS TARGET HUMAN TRAFFICKING Your business may be among those affected by recent state legislation enacted to combat human trafficking. If you hold a license from the New York State Liquor Authority to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption, operate a lodging facility, or a truck stop, this will be of concern to…

  NEW LAW PROTECTION FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYEES IN PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCIES In recognition of the essential role of public employees during this pandemic, New York State has adopted legislation requiring public employers to plan for similar emergencies in the future. The New York State Labor Law has been amended by adding a new section (27-c)…

CONGRESS EXTENDS PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM   Both houses of Congress have approved a bill making several material modifications to the popular Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”). The President is expected to sign the bill into law very shortly. The 8-week “covered period” during which PPP funds can be spent can now be extended, at the borrower’s…

PANDEMIC CHALLENGES FOR NONPROFITS Observers are predicting a challenging road ahead for many charitable nonprofits, especially those that rely on funding from state and local governments. Tax revenues are down and deficits are ballooning. It is widely expected that sooner or later, government funding of charitable nonprofits will be reduced or even eliminated. Private philanthropies…

ORANGE COUNTY FUNDING CORPORATION LAUNCHES SMALL BUSINESS RESILIENCY LOAN The Orange County Funding Corporation, an entity affiliated with the Orange County Industrial Development Agency, has launched the Small Business Resiliency Loan program aimed at assisting small businesses located in Orange County, New York. Further information can be found here. A fund of $500,000 has been…

SBA ISSUES PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM GUIDANCE FOR THE SELF EMPLOYED The Small Business Administration issued long-awaited guidance on April 14, 2020, as to how people with self-employment income can apply for benefits under the Paycheck Protection Program. This applies to sole proprietors and independent contractors who report their income on Schedule C of IRS Form…

PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM UPDATES Sole Proprietors and Independent Contractors   The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the primary relief program for small businesses under the CARES Act, becomes available to sole proprietors and independent contractors on Friday, April 10. SBA lenders are supposed to begin accepting applications on that day. Until now, those lenders were only…

THE CARES ACT PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Paycheck Protection Program will likely be one of the more popular programs included in the federal stimulus bill that was just signed into law. Congress wants to help small business employers maintain high employment by offering loans from Small Business…

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