Kenosha County Withdraws Local Safer at Home Order

Kenosha County Withdraws Local Safer at Home Order

Kenosha County has withdrawn its Safer at Home Order after determining it is unenforceable. We are confident that as additional counties analyze the Supreme Court’s decision, they will come to the same conclusion as Gerbers Law and Kenosha County and also withdraw their local Safer at Home orders.

Supreme Court rules that Emergency Order 28 – Safer at Home, is unenforceable.

Supreme Court rules that Emergency Order 28 – Safer at Home, is unenforceable.

On May 13, 2020, the Wisconsin Supreme Court issued its decision in Wisconsin Legislature v. Palm, 2020 WI 42. In its decision, the Supreme Court ruled that Emergency Order 28 – Safer at Home, was unenforceable. There was some confusion initially in the media coverage of the decision as to when it would be effective, leaving counties to enforce their own orders.

SBA Disaster Relief Loans for Businesses

SBA Disaster Relief Loans for Businesses

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the SBA is now offering low-interest, long-term federal disaster relief loans to provide working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a direct result of COVID-19 through its Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) program.