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Non-Payment of Employees and Contractors

In difficult economic times, many employers find it difficult to make ends meet. They might find themselves needing to cut the pay of employees or, in some cases, they fail to pay non-employee workers and service providers, like freelancers and independent contractors.

Employees and contract workers have the right to expect to get paid, and it’s difficult to know what to do when your paycheck doesn’t arrive.

Employee or Contract Worker?

Employees and contract workers (independent contractors) (including freelancers and at-home contractors) have different pay situations and legal protection for non-payment.

  • Employees receive payment on an hourly or salaried basis and are under the control of the employer.
  • Contract workers work independently, often have contracts, and are paid by the hour or project.

Why Companies Don’t Always Pay

It may seem obvious, but it’s worth noting that two main reasons exist for businesses not paying:

  • In the case
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Assessing Contractor Implementation of Cybersecurity Requirements (DFARS Case 2019-D041)

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Defense Acquisition Regulations System, Department of Defense (DoD).

Interim rule.

DoD is issuing an interim rule to amend the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) to implement a DoD Assessment Methodology and Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification framework in order to assess contractor implementation of cybersecurity requirements and enhance the protection of unclassified information within the DoD supply chain.

Effective November 30, 2020.

Comments on the interim rule should be submitted in writing to the address shown below on or before November 30, 2020, to be considered in the formation of a final rule.

Submit comments identified by DFARS Case 2019-D041, using any of the following methods:

Federal eRulemaking Portal: http://www.regulations.gov. Search for “DFARS Case 2019-D041”. Select “Comment Now” and follow the instructions provided to submit a comment. Please include “DFARS Case 2019-D041” on any attached documents.

Email: [email protected] Include DFARS Case 2019-D041

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Pittsburgh, PA HUD Housing and Foreclosure Homes

10-28-2020

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2 br

1 ba

 

Foreclosure

$16,000

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10-24-2020

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3 br

1 ba

900 sqft

Land

Foreclosure

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10-15-2020

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3 br

2 ba

1288 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$109,900

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10-13-2020

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3 br

1 ba

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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10-09-2020

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2 br

1 ba

1388 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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10-07-2020

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2 br

1.5 ba

953 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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10-06-2020

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4 br

2 ba

1787 sqft

Multi-Family

Foreclosure

$106,500

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09-11-2020

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6 br

2 ba

2750 sqft

Multi-Family

Foreclosure

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09-03-2020

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5 br

1 ba

1836 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$99,900

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09-01-2020

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Single-Family

Foreclosure

$14,900

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09-01-2020

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Single-Family

Foreclosure

$14,900

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08-26-2020

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Single-Family

Foreclosure

$24,900

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08-26-2020

Active

 

2 br

1 ba

1056 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$24,900

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08-08-2020

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Single-Family

Foreclosure

$24,900

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08-07-2020

Active

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14 Big Factors Driving Commercial Real Estate Trends This Year

The Covid-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented challenge for the real estate industry. Commercial real estate professionals have had to navigate new obstacles like virtual showings, finding buyers during an economic downturn and perhaps most significantly, the shift away from centralized offices toward full-time remote work.

The current climate and circumstances will continue to impact real estate trends in the months and years to come, and if you’re in the industry, it’s important to be prepared for what’s ahead. To help, we asked 14 members of Forbes Real Estate Council for their insights. Below they’ve identified the biggest factors driving commercial real estate trends this year and beyond.

1. Utility Management For Remote Work

One factor is the ability of some companies to effectively and responsibly manage critical business initiatives while telecommuting. Companies are evaluating the health, safety and necessity of their employees working remotely versus maintaining the

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Best Places To Buy Commercial Real Estate in 2020

Key Takeaways


The commercial real estate market, not unlike the single-family housing and residential markets, is subject to cyclical trends. Investors are constantly on the lookout for how these trends might affect their individual markets for the foreseeable future and asking themselves: what are the best commercial real estate markets? These ever-changing trends and their impact are what drives an investor’s strategy on how they will edge out their competition. In order to better understand the current and upcoming commercial real estate market trends, it’s also important to review the trends that brought us to where we are today.

Understanding Today’s Commercial Real Estate Market

The real estate market has proven to be a reliable and successful wealth-building tool for investors in recent years and was expected to continue its growth in 2020. However, as the effects of the COVID-19 crisis have spread throughout the country, many are concerned

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