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True North adapts to the “new normal”

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Anastasia E. Lennon WEYMOUTH – On May 22, the modern American restaurant True North Kitchen and Bar reopened after being closed since March 15 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Unlike some other restaurants, True North has remained closed, even for take-out, so owners can quarantine together and hang out with their 18-month-old granddaughter. “What...

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Businesses must adapt quickly to a COVID-19 economy

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The US government is currently forecasting the coronavirus pandemic to last at least 18 months. We have no choice but to change. Social distancing, fears of scarcity, and fear of contracting the disease don’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. Those who adapt sooner will survive and, more importantly, lead the recovery. Telecommunications...

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Workplace Options Adapt is a stress test for your employees

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Workplace options just launched a tool to test your company’s readiness for reopening. Adapt, as it’s called, is like a stress test for your business. And it’s really just a quiz. It measures the experiences of employees and management during the quarantine phases of the COVID-19 pandemic. And it assesses readiness for future changes....

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The Effects of COVID-19 on Residential Mortgages | Burr & Forman

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Amid a myriad of economic disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, mortgage lenders and service workers are struggling to adapt to new moratoria and regulations affecting residential mortgages. First, pursuant to an order of March 18, 2020 from the Federal Housing Finance Agency and the Coronavirus Assistance, Relief and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”)...

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Congress Changes Paycheck Protection Program Loans Again to Make Full Forgiveness Easier and More Beneficial

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Since the inception of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) with the enactment of the CARES Act, we have characterized the PPP as a government grant in the form of a forgivable loan. Congress improved this treatment of grants with the Paycheque Protection Program Flexibility Act (Law on flexibility). The Flexibility Act has now reaffirmed...

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For borrowers with a tolerance, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac discuss their eligibility for new loans | Ballard Spahr srl

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On May 19, 2020, Fannie Mae in an update of Lender Letter 2020-03 and Freddie Mac in Bulletin 2020-17 announced temporary eligibility conditions for new purchase and refinancing transactions involving borrowers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic who are or have been forborne with their existing mortgage . The Federal Housing Finance Agency has also...

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