The Cares Act Amended: Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 20206/9/2020
If you have already received a PPP loan, the PPP Flexibility Act will not allow you to apply for or receive a second loan. With respect to loans applied for after enactment of the PPP Flexibility Act, although the covered period has been extended to 24 weeks, there has been no change to the maximum loan amount that can be borrowed under the PPP - it remains 2.5 times a borrower's one-month average payroll cost, as determined under the existing PPP application.
View a Replay of Our Webinar on Back to Business: Navigating the New Normal06/05/2020
We would like to extend our sincerest appreciation to anyone who attended yesterday's webinar, Back to Business: Navigating the New Normal with Felicia Ennis, Chair of our Employment Law practice, and Frederick Cummings, Jr., Chair of our Corporate Law practice and our Managing Partner. We hope that you found the webinar informative and that it provided a jumping-off point for your own reopening plan. If you should have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
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Fred Cummings Quoted in American Lawyer Article About Anticipated Immigration Law Changes Under Biden01/04/2021
Managing Partner Fred Cummings spoke with American Lawyer about how law firms are preparing for the anticipated process and procedure changes to immigration law under the Biden administration.
The Savings Clause: Issues in Foreclosure Defense Cases12/30/2020
Partner Pankaj Malik and associate Melissa J. Montenes dive into a case raising novel issues that will impact New York foreclosure law. While the case is currently pending before Appellate Division, 2nd Department, once closed, it is expected to provide useful guidance in foreclosure cases and other matters where CPLR §205(a) is at issue.
Felicia Ennis Interviewed By NBC New York About Legality of Firing Employees Who Forego COVID-19 Vaccine02/18/2021
Partner Felicia Ennis provided legal context to an NBC New York report about a Brooklyn resident who was fired over not getting her vaccine because she wanted to wait to see if she can get pregnant.
Prominent Family Law Attorney Alexis L. Cirel Joins Warshaw Burstein to Launch Fertility Law Group with Eric Wrubel, Family Law LGBTQ+ Advocate02/17/2021
Warshaw Burstein, LLP, a full-service law firm in New York City, today announced Alexis L. Cirel has joined the firm as a partner and launched the Fertility Law Group, which combines the talents of Ms. Cirel, and partner and Matrimonial Department chair, Eric Wrubel, to create a first-of-its-kind practice group in New York.
Lisa Liu Featured in Fordham University Business and Law "In Conversation" Video Series01/11/2021
Lisa Liu discusses her career in real estate law, her involvement in the Asian Real Estate Association of America, and her advice for law students and young lawyers in this episode of Fordham University's Business and Law series.
Eric Wrubel to Speak at the NYSBA Family Law Section Annual Meeting1/28/2021 | New York State Bar Association
On January 28, 2021, Matrimonial and Family Law partner Eric Wrubel will be a speaker at the New York State Bar Association’s Family Law Section's Annual Meeting.
Partner Alexis L. Cirel Featured On RESOLVE's Kitchen Table Conversation Series02/22/2021
In a new episode of RESOLVE's Kitchen Table Conversations, partner Alexis L. Cirel discusses her advocacy work to make compensated surrogacy a reality in New York State and what it took to pass the Child-Parent Security Act.
In a recent podcast, Eric Wrubel, Partner and Chair of the firm’s Matrimonial Group, discussed his role in the riveting story about a case involving a fertility clinic mix- up that resulted in a woman carrying the intended children of two other families. The resulting Court decision set precedent that reverberates through surrogacy law in New York. You can listen here.05/28/2020