The Firehouse Lawyer Newsletter

Results for newsletters with the topic “Emergency Management Act : RCW 38.52

This issue addresses compensation for volunteers injured on the job, as reflected in a recent case decided by the Washington Supreme Court; we also address the implications of Initiative 901, the anti-smoking law; and finally, we talk about plans for continuation of government in the event of an emergency. 05-12200512v05n12dec2005.pdf
Today we consider IRS Guidance that pertains to the new federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act, said guidance pertaining to how employers are supposed to pay for these new benefits. We also discuss new proposed legislation providing for permanent benefit charges. 18-03202032020MarchFINAL.pdf
Today we consider what your agency should do with grant money it receives during the Covid-19 pandemic; we also discuss the status of Governor Inslee's order on in-person meetings, and an important case involving the public duty doctrine. 18-0420204April2020FINAL.pdf
Today we provide a link to our previous issue and also discuss when the restrictions on "action" taken under the Open Public Meetings Act expire. 18-0520205May2020FINAL.pdf
Due to the gravity of the covid-19 pandemic, today we discuss a list of the procedures your agency should follow in the event of a state-wide and/or national emergency. 18-3E20203March2020FINAL.pdf
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