Deadlines have arrived for two new mandates that business owners within Washington DC must be aware of. First off, the Washington, D.C. Department of Employment Services (DOES) released a mandatory Paid Family Leave Employee Notice (PFL Notice) last week. The notice, required by the Universal Paid Leave Amendment Act (UPLA) that was enacted in 2016, must be provided to all covered employees by tomorrow, February 1 and annually thereafter. Further, it must be posted in a prominent place along with other employment notices required by federal and D.C. law. The Paid Family Leave benefit becomes available to DC employees beginning July, 2020. Additionally, DC employers structured as Limited Liability Corporations (LLC) are now required to disclose names and addresses of any individuals with 10% or greater ownership of the LLC or who controls the financial or day-to-day operations of the company. In addition, the new mandate, which was adopted into law over a year ago, provides that new LLCs formed in DC henceforth need to report those ownership details upfront, while existing entities will be required to include the information in the biennial reports filed with the DC Department of Consumer Affairs.