Tag Archives: COVID-19

Accessing Financial Support – Guides for Belgian, Czech, French, Italian, Polish, Slovakian, and Spanish businesses

Our colleagues at the Restructuring GlobalView Blog have prepared guides to assist businesses in Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, and Spain to understand what financial support packages are available in those countries.  These guides provide a country-specific overview of the package, eligibility, how to apply, and when it will be available.  Click … Continue Reading

Webinar: Tools to Navigate the Financial Crisis Related to COVID-19

Our colleagues, Hon. John A. Boehner, Karol Denniston, Ed J. Newberry, and Stephen D. Lerner, will be joining the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) and FTI Consulting professionals for a webinar deciphering the most recent federal stabilization programs and developments and providing unique and practical advice for business leaders and professionals. The panel will also discuss how … Continue Reading

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update – Legal Issues in Germany

As world leaders respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses around the world have been forced to adapt.  Our colleagues in Germany, Dr. Jens Rinze, Martin H. Falke, Dr. Christian Bleschke, Tanja Weber, Dr. Andreas Fillmann, Markus Schmucker, Jörg Staudenmayer, and Siemer Krümpelmann, have prepared a comprehensive overview of the key legal issues for businesses with … Continue Reading

CARES Act – Economic Assistance to Business Enterprises, States and Municipalities & Securing Stimulus Funding for Small Businesses

On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act of 2020.  The CARES Act includes a range of extensive loan and grant programs that are vital to businesses across the country, including some US$500 billion in funding for the Department of Treasury that is expected to … Continue Reading

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Trade, Supply Chains and Defense

As world leaders and healthcare professionals respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses around the world have been forced to adapt to new restrictions, unpredictable supply chains and a limited workforce. For medical and pharmaceutical products, demand is high and the efficient movement of inputs is critical. For many other industries, dwindling consumer demand is already … Continue Reading

Impacts to Automotive Supply Chains from COVID-19

The outbreak of COVID-19 could be the most significant event to impact the US economy in generations with the potential for ripple effects in the automotive market and supply chain for years to come. Accordingly, OEMs and suppliers from all tiers may need to rethink the supply chain model, from sourcing of raw materials to … Continue Reading

Cross-Post from The Trade Practitioner: COVID-19 Alters Global Shipping – US Senate Offers Some Economic Relief

This is a Cross-Post from The Trade Practitioner Blog.  Please contact Frank Samolis, Rory Murphy, Stacy Swanson and Ludmilla Kasulke with any questions. For additional COVID-19 related legal advice, resources by regions and sectors, and practical support, please visit our Coronavirus COVID-19 resource hub. The coronavirus’ impacts on global shipping are growing every day.  While borders around … Continue Reading

Current Economic Relief Opportunities for US Small Businesses Impacted by the COVID-19 Outbreak in the CARES Act

On March 25, 2020, the Senate passed on a bipartisan basis the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act of 2020.  With more than US$2 trillion in total relief and US$350 billion in support for small businesses, this bill, if enacted, would represent the third phase of legislation intended to help families and companies … Continue Reading

COVID-19: Italy ratchets up

What has changed? Up to now, European Governments have followed an approach to tackling Coronavirus based on three main elements:  closing down the main public interactions (retail, hospitality, sports) except those necessary for food and healthcare;  encouraging/requiring people to work remotely where they can, and to stay away from work if not essential;  and social … Continue Reading
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