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Wisconsin Passes COVID-19 Package Offering Additional Relief to Employers

Today, April 15, 2020, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers signed 2019 Wisconsin Act 185 into law (Act 185). Act 185 makes temporary changes to Wisconsin’s unemployment and worker’s compensation laws, and sets forth changes to health insurance, tax, liability and licensing laws related to COVID-19. Godfrey & Kahn attorneys are reviewing Act 185 in full, and will provide more insights on how it impacts employers via our COVID-19 Resource Center. Stay tuned for more information.

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