Dorsey & Whitney has closely tracked the business and legal implications of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) since its earliest days. With offices in Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai, the Firm has been advising clients since the very beginning of the pandemic. As the adverse effects continue to impact our clients around the globe, Dorsey has formed multi-disciplinary legal response teams to address the urgent and complex issues that have arisen. We are connecting dots that span healthcare issues, finance, stimulus programs, distressed assets, employment and immigration, supply chain and other contractual matters, insurance matters, government relations, dispute resolution and every other aspect of problem solving that is crucial in a time of crisis.

This Coronavirus Resource Center is regularly updated. For more information, we encourage you to get in touch with the Dorsey contacts listed below:

Legal Response Teams
Governmental Relief & Incentives Team
Dispute Anticipation and Readiness Team 
Distressed Assets Team 

Stimulus Acts

For resources (including Updates and Webinar playbacks) relating to stimulus programs, please visit our Stimulus Acts page here. This includes information on the CARES Act, SBA, Main Street Credit, state programs and other governmental stimulus topics.

Contracts - Force Majeure, Non-Performance, etc.

Employment and Remote Workforce / Immigration

ERISA

Government Contracting

Healthcare Exemptions

HIPAA

Privacy

Import Tariffs

Insurance Law

Intellectual Property

Litigation - Appellate

Litigation - Class Actions

Non-Profits

SEC Guidance, Disclosure Issues, Annual Meetings

Travel Bans

Trusts & Estates

Construction & Real Estate

Food, Beverage & Agribusiness

Chemical Industry

Cross-Border

Specific Regions

 

For more information or to be connected to an attorney with specific expertise please contact Pat Courtemanche or Gillian Brennan.