Responding to COVID-19
Our attorneys are actively advising clients across a wide range of industries on the legal and regulatory implications of COVID-19, and preparing guidance on key legal issues.Guidance & Resources
In a very short time, the impact of the coronavirus on businesses, communities and families has been unprecedented. Like you, we all hope for a quick resolution of this crisis.
Just after midnight on Wednesday, March 25, 2020, the U.S. Senate passed the ‘‘Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act’’ or the ‘‘CARES Act’’ (H.R. 748) after days of intense negotiations. On Friday, March 27, 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives quickly passed the bill and President Trump signed it into law.
Whiteford Taylor & Preston announces that Charles L. Simmons, Jr., and James R. Jeffcoat have joined the firm in Baltimore.
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In light of the current state of affairs surrounding COVID-19, employers are facing challenges not typically encountered in their day-to-day roles. Our Whiteford professionals have addressed the following questions for our clients in hopes these answers will assist in easing how to deal with this particularly difficult, ever-changing situation.
The CARES Act Increases Debt Eligibility Amount Under New Small Business Reorganization Act – Making It Easier for Many Small and Medium Sized Businesses to Successfully Reorganize in a Chapter 11