The Department of Justice today announced that it is making $850 million available to help public safety agencies respond to the challenges posed by the outbreak of COVID-19. The Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding program, authorized by the recent stimulus legislation signed by President Trump, will allow eligible state, local and tribal governments to apply immediately for these critical funds.
In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we are postponing the webinar. However, our presenters will be hosting an immigration webinar titled U.S. Immigration Perspective: Managing a Mobile Workforce Under COVID-19 Restrictions on Friday, March 27, 2020.
Bremer Whyte Brown and O’Meara, LLP is proud to announce Founding Partner/CEO Nicole Whyte was recently recognized as one of Super Lawyers highest-ranked attorneys in Southern California and as one of the Top 50 attorneys in Orange County, California.
Baker McKenzie has added veteran in-house lawyer Matthew "Matt" Nochowitz to its North American Tax Practice as a Partner in Chicago, as the firm continues to expand and enhance its capabilities for multinational clients.
The virus’ continued march through the West will have an undeniable impact on the business, budgets, and economic forecasts for most employers in 2020, including APAC-based companies with workforces in North America.
The region’s highest-ranking law enforcement officials joined together to issue a dire public safety alert about the extreme danger of fentanyl-laced pills following the fatal overdose of a 15-year-old boy, the youngest person known to have died as a result of fentanyl in Imperial County.