Free Seminar To Address CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program

Written By: Christopher P. Finney, Esq.                                                          President, Finney Law Firm, LLC                                                                                     April 1st, 2020

Attorney Christopher Finney

On Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 (tomorrow) at 7:00 P.M. Finney Law Firm attorneys Christopher P. Finney and Rebecca Simpson Heimlich will host a free webinar on the sweeping CARES Act, and in particular the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL), as well as forthcoming stimulus checks and changes to the unemployment compensation system. Additionally, on the call will be: Continue reading “Free Seminar To Address CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program”

Federal Loans/Grants for Small Businesses in Response to COVID-19 Crisis

Written By: Christopher P. Finney, Esq.                                                          President, Finney Law Firm, LLC                                                                                  March 30th, 2020

Important announcement for small business owners

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Dear clients and friends:

Attorney Christopher Finney

You will soon hear the terms SBA 7(a) program and “Paycheck Protection Program” as an important and significant program to help virtually every small business in the nation.

Below is information on this program and this Thursday at 7 PM, Attorney Rebecca Simpson Heimlich and I will be teaching a virtual seminar on the topic for Empower U where we will present and can answer questions. You can log in from the comfort and safety of your home office, kitchen table or living room. The seminar registration link is here. <<< Continue reading “Federal Loans/Grants for Small Businesses in Response to COVID-19 Crisis”

Healthcare Workers Diagnosed 16% of Ohio’s COVID-19 Cases

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 25th, 2020

DeWine Announces Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In Ohio

Reportedly, of the more than 700 COVID-19 coronavirus cases diagnosed in Ohio sadly approximately 16% of them are healthcare workers.

On Wednesday, March 25th, 2020 Dr. Amy Acton, Director, Ohio Department of Health said; “116 healthcare workers have tested positive for the novel coronavirus across the state.” Continue reading “Healthcare Workers Diagnosed 16% of Ohio’s COVID-19 Cases”

Ohio’s Stay At Home Order: The Do’s and Don’ts

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 23rd, 2020

Accordingly, the governor believes; “There is nothing in the order that we haven’t already been talking about.

On Monday, March 23rd, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced the Stay-At-Home Order also known to many as A Shelter-In-Place Order which now in effect across the State of Ohio.

This new order can and will be enforced by health and law enforcement officials. Only the very essential businesses are permitted to stay open. Continue reading “Ohio’s Stay At Home Order: The Do’s and Don’ts”

Confirmed Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana Coronavirus Cases Rise

Written by Ishton W. Morton – March, 23rd, 2020

DeWine Announces Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In Ohio

On Sunday March 22nd, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine declare a “stay at home” order or a shelter in place across the state. Only essential businesses are permitted to stay open.  According to this new order it can be enforced by health officials and law enforcement. Continue reading “Confirmed Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana Coronavirus Cases Rise”

FDA Approves New Diagnostic Test That Detect Coronavirus In 45 Minutes

FDA Approves New Diagnostic Test That Detect Coronavirus In 45 Minutes

On Friday, March, 20th, The US Food and Drug Administration announced it has approved the use of the first rapid diagnostic test that can detect coronavirus in approximately 45 minutes.

Although this may not be a cure, on the other hand, it is regarded as a step in the right direction. Continue reading “FDA Approves New Diagnostic Test That Detect Coronavirus In 45 Minutes”

First Case COVID-19 Coronavirus confirmed In Hamilton County

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 19th, 2020

First Case COVID-19 Coronavirus confirmed In Hamilton County

Subsequently, on Thursday, March 19th, 2020 health officials have confirmed the first case of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Hamilton County.

Reportedly, a note from Hamilton County health officials states the county has reported its first case. The exact location in the county is not yet known. However, a press conference is scheduled for 11:00 A.M. today, and further information will be provided. Continue reading “First Case COVID-19 Coronavirus confirmed In Hamilton County”

All Bars and Restaurants In State Ordered To Stop Dine-In Services

Written By: Ishton W. Morton  – March 15th, 2020

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley made a call to action

On Sunday, March 15th, 2020 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended gatherings of 50 or more people be canceled or postponed for eight weeks.

This resulted in numerous events and activities throughout Greater Cincinnati have been canceled or postponed due to concerns about COVID-19. Continue reading “All Bars and Restaurants In State Ordered To Stop Dine-In Services”

DeWine Announces 26 Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In Ohio

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 14th, 2020

DeWine Announces 26 Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In Ohio

Subsequent to Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s news conference in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday March 14th, 2020 he announced that there are now 26 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Ohio. Continue reading “DeWine Announces 26 Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In Ohio”

The United State of America: National State Of Emergency

 

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – March 14th, 2020

Americans are waking up to a country under a national emergency

Reportedly, earlier this week, the World Health Organization (WHO) labeled the virus a pandemic, with global cases reaches well over 142,000.

According to the World Health Organization there are more than 142,000 coronavirus cases in approximately 129 countries and territories. Continue reading “The United State of America: National State Of Emergency”