COVID-19 Response Team
In addition to legal memos and analysis of the CARES Act, State and Local Orders summaries and nearly 500 timely publications, this centralized COVID-19 hub offers curated topics of interest and upcoming webinars that may be valuable to your business.
Returning to Business
Understanding and keeping track of reopening requirements is important to all businesses. Many states have or can be expected to impose significant obligations on employers to ensure that their workplaces remain safe and that the risk of COVID-19 transmission is minimized. Holland & Knight has created a series publications focused on these issues.
Resources for your Business
Holland & Knight is committed to assisting businesses address the variety of questions and legal issues they may be facing during the pandemic. For assistance regarding a matter not specifically identified in our COVID-19 topics listed below, please contact your Holland & Knight representative.
Workforce & Employment and Immigration | Healthcare & Life Sciences Industry | Transportation & Infrastructure | Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights | Contracts | Public Companies | Government Contracting | Hospitality | Financial Services and Finance | Real Estate | Privacy & Cybersecurity | Energy, Natural Resources and Environmental | Federal Government Funding Opportunities | State and Local COVID-19 Activities | Insurance/Risk Guidance | Charitable Giving and Disaster Relief | Latin America Resources | Remote Online Notarizations & Digital Signatures | Enforcement | Israel
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), is a $2 trillion package that includes significant expansions in small business lending, unemployment insurance, tax relief to individuals and employers, health care measures, $500 billion in economic stabilization funds, $274 billion in emergency appropriations, and other measures aimed at combating the COVID-19 health care and economic crisis. Read Holland & Knight's summary of the CARES Act.
Updates: On April 4, the Department of Labor released guidance to state workforce agencies regarding Sec. 2104 of the CARES Act, which created the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) Program. The guidance details FPUC Program operating, financial and reporting instructions. Read the full Unemployment Insurance Program Letter NO. 15-20. On April 5, the Department of Labor released guidance regarding Sec. 2102 of the CARES Act, which created the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) Program. Read Unemployment Insurance Program Letter NO. 16-20.
State and Local Orders and Regulations
As state and local governments continue to issue new orders closing and reopening (and in some cases reclosing) businesses, understanding the latest requirements is essential to all businesses. Holland & Knight has created a state-by-state summary of the major orders, as well as providing links to executive orders, mandates, proclamations and guidance.