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Coronavirus / COVID-19 Updates

Adler Pollock & Sheehan has been closely monitoring the developments of COVID-19 and have been diligently working to make sure our team of attorneys and staff members remain healthy and safe. We also continue to provide the same quality of legal services that our clients expect.  We will be continually providing that service to our clients either from our offices or remotely.  We have been publishing client alerts daily, and will continue to do so in order to ease your concerns about how this disease may affect your businesses.

In the meantime, all of our attorneys are available to answer any questions and provide assistance during this very challenging time.

If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact us at 401.274.7200

Practice Group Contacts

Civil Litigation / Complex Business Litigation:  Geoffrey W. Millsom

Labor & Employment:   Ali Khorsand / Michael Chittick / Robert Brooks

Health Care:  Patricia Rocha / Leslie Parker /Joseph Avanzato

Insurance:  Richard Beretta / Nick Nybo

Cyber Security:  Nicole Benjamin / Will Wray

Real Estate:  Rob Stolzman / Jonathan Sachs

Business & Corporate:  Paul Campellone / Jonathan Cabot

Public Finance:   Neal Pandozzi Matthew Waters  / Jonathan Cabot

Tax:  Marc Lewin / Hans Lundsten

Trusts & Estates:  Joe Marion / David Riedel

Intellectual Property: Dan Holmander

Maritime: Josh Parks

The CARES Act: Recent Tax Law Changes May Affect Your Estate Plan

Breathe New Life Into a “Broken” Trust By Decanting It

Federal Reserve Announces Opening of the Nonprofit Organization New Loan Facility and Nonprofit Organization Expanded Loan Facility

End-of-Summer Sale: Federal Reserve Lowers Pricing for the Municipal Liquidity Facility

Federal Reserve Releases FAQs for Nonprofit Lending Facilities under Main Street Lending Program

Federal Reserve Approves Nonprofit Organizations for Main Street Lending Program and Releases Updated Term Sheets

Update II: Director Of Patent And Trademark Office Extends Certain Patent And Trademark-Related Document And Fee Deadlines For Third Time To July 1, 2020

Federal Reserve Opens Municipal Liquidity Facility and Releases Transaction Documents

Reopening Rhode Island’s Economy: What You Need to Know about Phase 2

Federal Reserve Opens Municipal Liquidity Facility with Release of Notice of Interest

USPTO Announces Prioritized Examination Pilot Program For Qualifying COVID-19 Related Applications

Federal Reserve Releases Updated FAQs for Municipal Liquidity Facility

Voluntary Disclosures in the Age of COVID-19 – SEC Guidance for Municipal Issuers

Update: USPTO Further Extends Certain Patent and Trademark-Related Document and Fee Deadlines to June 1, 2020

Federal Reserve Releases Updated Guidance on Municipal Liquidity Facility

Operational Guidance for Marine Business During Rhode Island’s COVID-19 Phase I Reopening

COVID 3.5 – Additional Federal Funding for Healthcare Costs of COVID-19

CARES Act Support for State and Local Governments – Municipal Liquidity Facility

Massachusetts Implements Limited Suspension of Evictions and Foreclosures

Director Of Patent And Trademark Office Extends Certain Filing And Payment Deadlines Pursuant To CARES Act

Update to Open Meetings Act Implications of COVID-19

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Issues Additional Guidance Regarding CVOID-19 and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

CARES Act Support for State and Local Governments – Various Purpose Grant Programs

Governor Raimondo Issues Executive Order Requiring Cloth Face Coverings For Rhode Island Employees

RIDEM Releases Updated Guidance for Marine Businesses in RI

Rhode Island Superior Court’s Non-Liquidating Receivership Program Provides Relief For Businesses Impacted By COVID-19

CARES Act Support for State and Local Governments – Federal Reserve Emergency Lending Program and COVID-19 Relief Fund

Help is Here For Eligible Small Businesses and Non-Profit Organizations – Part II

Social Distancing While Notarizing Legal Documents: Remote Online Notarization Now Authorized During COVID-19 State of Emergency

Disclosure Awareness in the Age of COVID-19

COVID 19 – Effect on Marine Businesses in RI

Tax Credits Available Beginning Today Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Help is Here for Eligible Small Businesses and Non-Profit Organizations – Part I

The Impact Of COVID-19 On Parties’ Obligations To Perform Contractual Obligations

Potential Impact of COVID-19 on Commercial Leases and Options for Landlords and Tenants

THE COST OF CORONAVIRUS: Price Gouging During the COVID-19 Outbreak

DOT and DOL Provide Preliminary Guidance About the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

COVID-19 – Open Meetings Act Implications

Families First Coronavirus Response Act Becomes Law: What Every Business Needs to Know and to Plan For Now

HIPAA and Related Patient Privacy Considerations in the Wake of COVID-19

Working from Home in Massachusetts: Compliance with Data Privacy Laws

PANDEMIC PROTECTION: Coronavirus and Business Interruption Insurance

How COVID-19 Can Impact Upcoming Real Estate Transactions and What Buyers and Sellers Can Do to Avoid Default

Important Homework for Companies to Undertake as they Implement Coranavirus Home Working

COVID-19 and Senior Living and Long Term Care Facilites

COVID-19: A Force Majeure Event?

Governor Raimondo Declaration of a State of Emergency due to COVID-19 and Implications for R.I. Employers

Guidance for Businesses and Employers Responding to the Coronavirus Disease

Tax Credits Available Beginning Today Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

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