Skip to main content

COVID-19 Resource Center

All Articles

CARES Act Amends Bankruptcy Code to Address COVID-19 Dislocation
Section 1113 of the CARES Act amends certain provisions of the Bankruptcy Code and will apply to the year following the date on which this new law goes into effect. These changes are primarily designed to benefit small businesses and individuals who...
Continue Reading >
CARES Act Provides Temporary Federal Tax Benefits
For a printable PDF version of this article, please click here. The recently signed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act ("CARES Act") contains over 800 pages of changes designed to provide financial relief to Americans and their busin...
Continue Reading >
Companies Must Evaluate and Respond to Data Security and Privacy Issues Raised by COVID-19
Remote work is a mandate for many companies during the coronavirus (“COVID-19”) pandemic. With so many employees working from home, companies face increasing privacy and data security challenges as they conduct business remotely while attempting to p...
Continue Reading >
Congress CARES: Federal Stimulus Package to Provide Emergency Relief to Borrowers and Financial Institutions
On Wednesday, March 25, 2020, the Senate unanimously passed a $2 trillion economic stimulus package. Called the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (or CARES) Act, this unprecedented bill is expected to be passed by the House this Friday a...
Continue Reading >
CARES Act Expands Small Business Lending and Provides Potential Loan Forgiveness
In its current form, the CARES Act amends the Small Business Administration's (SBA) Section 7(a) loan program to encourage banks and credit unions to make small business loans under what is known as the “Paycheck Protection Program.” If passed, the A...
Continue Reading >
Most Construction Is Non-essential, According to Governor Inslee's Latest Guidance
On Wednesday night, Governor Inslee issued specific guidance regarding construction projects in Washington. The guidance states that “commercial and residential construction is not authorized under the Proclamation because construction is not conside...
Continue Reading >

Blog Information

Contributors