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Dear Santa: Bring Me a Written COVID-19 Prevention Program Policy: Cal/OSHA Implements New COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards Effective November 30, 2020, Cal/OSHA implemented new temporary standards imposing significant obligations on California employers relating to COVID-19 policies and procedures.  First, employers must establish, implement and maintain an effective written COVID-19 Prevention Program containing a minimum 11-part policy (discussed below). Employers...

CARES Act – Payroll Protection Loans

As you may know, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which includes payroll protection loans to small businesses, was enacted on March 27, 2020. Regulations providing additional guidance regarding the application process are expected within 15 days. In the meantime, here is a snapshot of the payroll protection loans: Which businesses are eligible? Businesses, including...

Rynn & Janowsky sadly announces the passing of Tom Oliveri

Tom Oliveri It is with very heavy hearts that we all learned of the recent passing of Tom Oliveri.  As an advocate for all things benefitting agriculture, "Tommy O" spent four decades helping, teaching, advocating, and assisting anyone and everyone in the produce trade.  Tom worked tirelessly to help make the all-important agricultural industry function...

Founding partner, Patricia J. Rynn retires

Pat Rynn Dear Valued Clients, After a legal career spanning more than 38 years, I will be retiring at the end of 2018. I will remain "Of Counsel" with the firm and will be available for consultations and to assist with litigation strategy in cases as needed. I also plan to continue serving as a...

June Monroe becomes an equity partner

Pat Rynn As the firm's newest partner, June Monroe will continue her practice of providing a wide range of services to agribusinesses - from start up formation to operating challenges, while concentrating on federal litigation, in district court and bankruptcy court, to enforce produce sellers' statutory rights under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act. June also...

Court Legitimizes Price After Sale (“PAS”) Transactions and Rules That PAS Transactions Are Not The Same As Consignment Sales.

Court Legitimizes Price After Sale ("PAS") Transactions and Rules That PAS Transactions Are Not The Same As Consignment Sales. Rynn & Janowsky, LLP partner Lewis Janowsky successfully defended terminal market receivers who purchased produce on price after sale (“PAS”) terms from allegations that those purchases were actually consignment sales and that the receivers were commission...

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