As Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia approach the two-month mark of mandatory business closures, the shockwaves from the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt by the entire economy. Although the plight of tenants has captured the headlines, commercial landlords also find themselves facing difficult decisions.Read More
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The D.C. Council this week passed sweeping legislation that seeks to ensure that D.C. residents unable to work because of the COVID-19 emergency are covered by existing leave and/or unemployment benefits.Read More
Starting in 2020, all DC companies who employ tipped workers will be required to have their payroll processed (and reported to the government) by third-party vendors, to meet new criteria for public reporting.Read More
Employers in the District of Columbia must allow their employees to take up to 24 hours of leave during any 12-month period to attend school-related activities.Read More