COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Federal Highway Construction Funding Extended for Another Year Without Long-Term Plan in PlaceOne of the key refrains of national politics recently has been that we need to address, repair, and replace aging infrastructure. Of course, this leads to the core problem of funding as the amount of infrastructure construction and maintenance currently needed in the U.S. is staggering. The federal government recently put off dealing with this

SBA’s New Paycheck Protection Program Appeal RuleAs part of Bradley’s continued reporting on issues arising from the CARES Act and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) that uniquely impact government contractors, we summarize here a new Small Business Administration (SBA) loan decision appeal rule.

Background on the New Rule

On March 27, 2020, the CARES Act became law. Section 1102 of that

COVID-19 in the Workspace: Is Enough Enuf?You’ve been to the webinars about COVID-19. You’ve read the trade publication tips. You’ve implemented measures to protect your workers. You’re ahead of the game, right? Well, you’re certainly ahead of the sheriff who reportedly instructed his employees not to wear masks in the office. If a visitor enters Sheriff Billy Wood’s office with a