Coronavirus Updates in Virginia & D.C.
This page provides coronavirus updates in Virginia and D.C. and a variety of resources for the entirety of the pandemic. While we serve small businesses primarily in Virginia and D.C., we can help small businesses everywhere understand and comply with federal law. We hope to keep you informed and help you make well-reasoned decisions despite a rapidly evolving situation and inherently imperfect information.
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Virginia's COVID-19 Workplace Regulations
PPP Loan Guide
OSHA's Guidance on COVID-19 at Work
Treasury's FAQ on PPP Loans
Resources to keep you informed on coronavirus updates in Virginia and D.C.
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In March of 2021, Virginia became the first state on the east coast with a comprehensive data privacy protection law. The Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (“CDPA” or the “Act”) goes into effect on January 1, 2023. The CDPA takes inspiration from the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) but its sponsors avoided some of the weaknesses of those two predecessors.
~5 minute read History Between Microbusiness and the PPP Last spring, the government established the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) as one of the main aid programs for small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. In the beginning, PPP loans were available to businesses with fewer than 500 employees. The money could be used for payroll, health
Worst of all, your cash reserves and any Paycheck Protection Program money you may have received are long gone. Your creditors are hounding your cell phone and your mailbox is full of bills. And with all of the talk about the “new normal,” perhaps you no longer see any light at the end of the tunnel for your business and are ready to throw in the towel. If so, perhaps a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is right for you.