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M. Scott Peeler, Lynn R. Fiorentino, Susan Tran
Earlier this week, the federal government reopened the Paycheck Protection Program – and emphasized a renewed focus on preventing fraud and abuse.
Amal U. Dave, Tal M. Unrad, Bryce W. Donohue, Justin A. Goldberg, Katherine H. Hart, Sung Soo (Steven) Yoon
The new guidance includes helpful information about additional ‘eligible costs’ for which PPP funds may be used.
Michael P. McMahan, Christopher T. Koenig
Arent Fox Automotive Group attorneys Michael McMahan and Christopher Koenig co-wrote an article for New Jersey Auto Retailer.
Aaron H. Jacoby
Automotive Group Leader Aaron Jacoby recently spoke with Law360 regarding how automakers and the developers behind autonomous vehicle software, hardware and other components are all eager for uniform safety metrics and targets.
Aaron H. Jacoby
The celebrated journalist and best-selling author of Tipping Point, Outliers, and Talking to Strangers talks about life after COVID-19.
Henry Morris, Jr., Michael L. Stevens, Linda M. Jackson
After months of debate, Congress has passed, and President Trump is expected to sign, a COVID-19 relief, appropriations, and tax bill. Doubtlessly, the Bill, which is nearly 6,000 pages long, will undergo much scrutiny and analysis over the ensuing days and weeks.
Valerie C. Samuels, Lauren C. Schaefer
Both practical and legal issues will need to be resolved, but as of today, the EEOC has signaled that mandatory COVID vaccinations are lawful for the vast majority of employees.
Aaron H. Jacoby
Arent Fox automotive attorney, Michael McMahan, who is representing the Firm's client in suing BMW of North America, told a federal magistrate judge on Friday that he was in "utter shock" when he saw the $18 million settlement between the carmaker and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
John Zaimes, Natalie C. Kreeger
On November 19, 2020, the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (the Board) unanimously approved a set of emergency COVID-19 safety regulations that significantly expand the responsibilities of most California employers to prevent the risk of COVID-19 outbreaks in the workplace.
Aaron H. Jacoby
Arent Fox Automotive Group leader Aaron Jacoby spoke with Automotive News about how the Massachusetts ‘right to repair' law faces new court fight.
Jeffrey B. Tate, Christian M. McBurney, Jennifer A. Stecco*
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) established under the CARES Act was among the tools used to assist small businesses suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aaron H. Jacoby
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced Thursday that it will be seeking public comment on a possible framework of principles for safety in cars equipped with automated driving systems, or ADS.
Aaron H. Jacoby
Hailing a cab just got autonomous.
Aaron H. Jacoby
A Florida federal judge refused to hand General Motors Co. a win in a suit accusing the automaker of breaching its contract with a now-defunct car rental company by diverting a vehicle order to a rival, saying it's unclear if the car rental company's manager ordered vehicles from GM.
Aaron H. Jacoby
An $18 million settlement between BMW of North America and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ending allegations of improper sales tactics revealed grievous discovery violations in a separate civil suit, according to a motion for sanctions filed Friday.
Justin A. Goldberg, Tal M. Unrad, Bryce W. Donohue
For several weeks, parties to pending merger and sale transactions involving Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans have been asking what will happen to PPP loan forgiveness applications if a borrower sells its business prior to receiving confirmation of forgiveness; a process that has barely start
Aaron H. Jacoby
Arent Fox's Automotive Group leader, Aaron Jacoby spoke with Automotive News about how Ally Financial Inc., one of the largest U.S. auto lenders, filed a petition Aug. 14 to the U.S. Supreme Court to dissolve a class action.
Aaron H. Jacoby
BMW and two of its subsidiaries will pay $18 million to end allegations from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that the carmaker inflated its reported retail sales in the U.S. through misleading disclosures, the agency announced.
Aaron H. Jacoby, George N. Koumbis
California is going all-in on electric vehicles.
Henry Morris, Jr., Michael L. Stevens
Yesterday, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission updated its technical assistance document, What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws. 
Aaron H. Jacoby
Sensors are among the most important parts of a self-driving vehicle.
Aaron H. Jacoby, George N. Koumbis
In a first for the FTC, the Tate Automotive Group, with dealerships in AZ and NM, is being forced to cease business operations as part of a settlement of allegations related to falsification of consumer income.
Aaron H. Jacoby
It's time to take those autos to the sky.
Henry Morris, Jr., Michael L. Stevens
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act allows eligible employees to take up to two weeks of paid sick leave and up to 12 weeks of expanded family and medical leave – 10 paid – for specified reasons related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lauren C. Schaefer, Michael L. Stevens
On August 24, 2020, the US Department of Labor (DOL) issued Field Assistance Bulletin No. 2020-5 addressing employer obligations for tracking time worked by remote workforces.