CARES ACT

The CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump on March 27, 2020. The CARES Act seeks to address the burdens caused by the public health and economic burdens of COVID19. The CARES ACT seeks...

Assistance for Small Businesses

Small businesses have been especially hard hit by the COVID19 crisis. As small businesses face the loss of significant revenue, many of these businesses may never recover. Some of these businesses are in jeopardy of permanently closing. There has been some effort to...

COVID19 and the Courts

The legal system, like every other aspect of society, was upended by COVID19. In response to the pandemic, many courts enacted special rules or other policies and procedures to address some of the problems caused by COVID19. In particular, some courts extended...

Tracking COVID19

Many people are interested in the rate that the virus is spreading, including the number of people diagnosed with COVID19. Johns Hopkins has an online resource that focuses on COVID-19. The Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center describes its site as “a resource to...

Paying Bills in a Pandemic

As social-distancing and shelter-in-place orders became the way of life, any semblance of economic stability quickly disappeared. There is not one industry that has not been impacted by COVID19. This means that most people have seen their finances thrown in total...