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Hurricane Ida Message from Carver Darden

A Message From Carver Darden:

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Insurance for Hurricane Ida Related Losses, Including Business Interruption

Hopefully your business has not suffered losses as a result of Hurricane Ida. If it has, however, it is important to understand what insurance may be available to cover both physical damage and...

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PROPOSED TAX REFORM 2021

SUMMARY OF SPECIFIC ITEMS

DISCLAIMER: THIS SUMMARY IS FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY IS MADE WITH RESPECT TO THE ACCURACY, APPLICABILITY, FITNESS OR COMPLETENESS OF...

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Can An Employer Require Employees to Take the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Various pharmaceutical companies have already begun distributing COVID-19 vaccines, causing some employers to consider incentivizing or even requiring employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Can...

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Insurance for Hurricane Related Losses, Including Business Interruption

Hopefully your business has not suffered losses as a result of Hurricane Laura. If it has, however, it is important to understand what insurance may be available to cover both physical damage and...

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Bostock v. Clayton County: Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Is Illegal Under Title VII

In a ruling issued today, the United States Supreme Court found (in a 6-3 decision) that Title VII prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.  Of significant...

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David Waguespack Discusses Bankruptcy Issues In the Wake of COVID-19

In an article published by New Orleans CityBusiness David Waguespack , discusses the impact of the coronavirus on business and the potential flood of business bankruptcy filings. David...
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If the Government Closed Your Business Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Is There Insurance Coverage for Your Lost Income?

Business interruption insurance is one of the most important tools in a business’s risk management arsenal.  The question is, now that the business is sustaining a loss as a result of...

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The Families First Coronavirus Response Act DOL Clarity

In view of the puzzling language of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), employers and attorneys were forced to speculate as to the law’s effective date. The Department of Labor...

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Louisiana Department of Revenue and Taxation Extends Due Dates

In Revenue Information Bulletin No. 20-009 issued on March 23, 2020, the Louisiana Depart of Revenue and Taxation extended the due dates of Louisiana Individual, Partnership, Fiduciary and...

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