The following information has been collected from law firms to provide members of the legal community with resources to assist in the practice of law during the pandemic. If you have a resource you would like share please email information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adams and Reese - Crisis Response and Preparedness
Adelman Law Firm - “The Adelman Advantage” — long a newsletter for clients — is now also podcast. The inaugural episode is available on the firm's website. It features hosts Rebecca Adelman and John Woods as they discuss the intersection of healthcare, insurance and regulations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Baker Hostettler - Online Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center offers answers to legal questions about COVID-19 organized by practice area.
Bass Berry & Sims - COVID-19 Response
Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete - Coronavirus Resources for Employers
Lewis Thomason - Coronavirus Updates
Littler - Coronavirus Resources for Employers. This particular post looks at the Department of Labor's initial guidance for the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which provides new emergency paid sick leave and emergency paid Family and Medical Leave Act benefits.
Siskind Susser - The firm has a blog covering how COVID-19 is impacting the immigration system.
Waller - Coronavirus Resource Guide
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati - The firm's technology subsidiary SixFifty has released a free automated tool to help businesses develop essential policies on working from home, sick leave and other critical issues. Read more about the tool on LawSites.
Wolters Kluwer Legal and Regulatory - A free Coronavirus page provides resources in a range of practice areas including health law, tax, labor and employment, banking and finance, telecommunications and securities.
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