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Randall Lindley, Gwen Walraven and T.J. Hales in NACM eNews Consider "Preparing for a Slowdown in Accounts Receivable Collection Due to COVID-19"

Partners Randall K. Lindley and Gwen I. Walraven and associate T.J. Hales authored the National Association of Credit Management (NACM) eNews article "Preparing for a Slowdown in Accounts Receivable Collection Due to COVID-19."

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Brent Turman in DBA's Headnotes Looks at the Evolution of the Texas Anti-SLAPP Statute

Bell Nunnally Senior Associate Brent A. Turman authored the Dallas Bar Association (DBA) Headnotes article "The Evolution of the Texas Anti-SLAPP Statute."

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Trey DeLoach, Nikki Gibson, Ed McQueen and Ira Perez on Dallas Business Journal Break Down the CARES Act for Small Businesses

Partners Trey DeLoach, Nikki Hurst Gibson and Ed McQueen and associate Ira B. Perez authored the Dallas Business Journal article "What the $2 trillion CARES Act means for small businesses, employees when it comes to relief."

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Brent Turman to Present Trial Skills CLE for Multnomah Bar Association

Senior associate Brent Turman is presenting Trial Skills for the Multnomah Bar Association on April 15.

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Preparing Leaders in Real Estate-How to Manage the Effects of COVID-19

Partner Karen Hart presented "Preparing Leaders in Real Estate-How to Manage the Effects of COVID-19" for CREW Dallas.

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Small Businesses May Qualify for Exemption from Paid Sick Leave Requirement

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently released its updated Questions & Answers that provide information on how small business may take advantage of an exemption under the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Act (EFMLA) and the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act (EPSLA).

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Understanding the CARES Act: Employee Retention Credit

On March 27, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was enacted to encourage Eligible Employers to maintain their employees on their payroll, despite the business interruption the Coronavirus has caused, with an employee retention tax credit.

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Employment Law Webinar - Pandemic Style

Partners Alana Ackels and Mark Shoffner are presenting the webinar titled, "Employment Law Webinar - Pandemic Style," for the Texas Security Bank Business Speaker Series.

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Bell Nunnally Arbitration Team Scores Big Defense Victory for National Rehabilitation Hospital

On April 9, 2020, Partners Jay Wallace and Alana Ackels with associate Katie Beaird and paralegal Kate Campbell obtained a complete defense victory on behalf of a national rehabilitation hospital in a personal injury arbitration in which the claimant sought over $3.3M in damages.

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Immediate Infusion of Initial $30 Billion of CARES Act Health Care Provider Funding

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has started to put its emergency funding to work as the agency began an immediate infusion of $30 billion into the U.S. health care system.

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