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COVID-19 and E-Commerce are Changing Retailers’ Real Estate Footprints
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, May 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has driven a large shift toward online retail transactions. In April of 2020, nonstore sales, mostly conducted through e-commerce, increased by nearly 30 percent while overall retail sales in the US are down 16 percent year over year, according to the Department of Commerce. The recent flood of e-commerce has left unprepared retailers struggling to fulfill orders, as they currently lack the requisite warehouse space and other supply chain capabilities. At the same time, other retailers have been forced into bankruptcy as a result of COVID-related closures...

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CDC, OSHA Release Workplace Safety Guidance for Meat Processing Employers
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, May 2020

The Centers for Disease Control and Occupational Safety and Health Administration collaborated to release new guidance for employers in the meat processing industry on April 26. OSHA and the CDC noted several unique facets of meat processing work that exposed workers to increased likelihood of COVID-19 transmission at work, including close contact, the duration of the close contact, shared tools and surfaces and the frequency of ride-sharing and community-based interactions among employees. As a result, the organizations released additional guidance to help employers keep employees safe, even as they continue to work to keep the food supply chain running...

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COVID-19: Impact of Closures, Delays, and Executive Order on Diversity Visa Program
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, April 2020

Since 1990, the United States has granted up to 50,000 green cards each year to immigrants selected through the “Diversity Visa Lottery.” Recently, the US Department of State announced delays in processing these cases due to COVID-19. This development further exacerbates challenges caused by COVID-19, including the temporary suspension of visa appointments and USCIS in-person services, which we reported on last month, and the April 22 Executive Order halting immigrant visa admissions for 60 days...

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Odds and Ends Regarding the Paycheck Protection Program
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, April 2020

The stresses of the Paycheck Protection Program (the “Triple P”) cannot be understated or, frankly, contemplated by those who are operating outside the trenches. In light of the challenges for a lender to just obtain the required documentation and work applications through the system amid the constant rule changes, it is easy to lose track of some important issues that have not made headline news for the Triple P. The purpose of this client alert is to percolate some of those matters to the surface to ensure bankers do not lose sight of them...

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No Mask, No Service: Evolving COVID-19 Orders May Support Insurance Coverage for Retailers' Losses
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, April 2020

Many recent government orders require “nonessential” businesses to close due to COVID-19, resulting in massive financial losses for many retail businesses. The orders also change how “essential” retailers do business. For instance, Miami-Dade County’s mayor issued an executive order requiring people who visit or work at, among other places, grocery stores, restaurants and pharmacies to use face coverings. Los Angeles County issued a similar order...

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