Law News & Events
Essential Jobs and Critical Infrastructure Letters might be necessary for some employers to provide
As Texans come together to fight the spread of COVID-19, it is important for businesses to determine if their job sector is classified as necessary for critical infrastructure needs. If…
Telemedicine Solutions becoming common practice, but what about HIPPA?
Last week, the Office of Civil Rights announced that during this state of emergency, clinicians can use private communication platforms like Google Hangouts and FaceTime to provide remote care without fear of a HIPAA enforcement action.
Update on Bank Regulatory Agencies’ Guidance on Continued Lending to Households and Businesses during COVID-19 Pandemic
In addition to the measures identified in our alert Friday, on Sunday, March 22, 2020, the Federal Reserve, FDIC, OCC, CFPB, NCUA and Conference of State Bank Supervisors issued an Interagency Statement on Loan Modifications and Reporting for Financial Institutions Working with Customers Affected by the Coronavirus.
COVID-19 Update: Bank Regulatory Agencies Encourage Continued Lending to Households and Businesses
In the wake of the extraordinary financial instability caused by the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak, federal and state bank regulatory agencies are encouraging regulated financial institutions to continue lending to households and businesses.
COVID-19 Memo on Federal and State Law Changes by Gayla Corley and Erica Valladares
Shareholders Gayla Corley and Erica Valladares summarizes the changes signed into federal law by President Trump and into state law by Gov. Greg Abbott and the changes applicable to businesses in our community.
Tanya Feinleib quoted in San Antonio Express News Estate Planning Article
Ms. Feinleib discusses the need for an appropriate estate plan drafted and executed by an attorney, not off the internet. “For now, with respect to handwritten wills and off-the-internet wills,” Feinleib warns, “when they go wrong, they tend to be extremely expensive on the probate side.”