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With the rapid spread of coronavirus and increasing impact on our clients, their people and operations, we have mobilized a global team of cross-disciplinary lawyers to support you. Businesses are confronting risks to their employees and economic consequences. Our deep industry sector knowledge, combined with our legal and regulatory insights can help you to respond to both the immediate and longer term business risk stemming from the rapid, global spread of COVID-19.

Most cruise lines don't pay taxes in the U.S. — just one of the reasons they aren't getting a bailout

NBC News - 31 March 2020

COVID-19 Fuels Heated Fight Over CCPA Enforcement Timing

Law 360 – 30 March 2020

Pandemic Crunch Weighs On Nation's Trade Negotiators

Law 360 – 29 March 2020

Big cruise lines may not qualify for bailout from $2 trillion stimulus – 27 March 2020

Wake Up Call: New York Litigation Freeze Period ‘Ripe for Settlements’

Bloomberg Law - 27 March 2020

Bailout may exclude Carnival, Norwegian, Royal Caribbean cruise traces – 27 March 2020

Hogan Lovells Raids Emergency Supplies to Get N95 Masks to Health Providers – 27 March 2020

Freshfields and Slaughters drafted as Government reveals details of Covid-19 business support package

Legal Business – 26 March 2020

Tipping Point: COVID-19’s impact on M&A

Mergermarket - 25 March 2020

Robocalls a weapon for good and evil in coronavirus fight

Law 360 - 25 March 2020

Global pandemic incites concerns about data sharing overreach

IAPP online - 24 March 2020

Cannabis Legislation Languishes in Mexico as COVID-19 Spreads

Legal Week - 23 March 2020

Mexican vote against US brewery deals blow to business confidence

Financial Times - 23 March 2020

Harvard, Other Top Law Schools Drop Grades As Classes Go Online

Bloomberg News - 23 March 2020

Coronavirus Products Would Get Safe Harbor Under Senate Bill

The Pink Sheet - 23 March 2020

They had it bad, then came coronavirus - but where do retailers stand legally when it comes to their leases?

React News - 23 March 2020

In Case You Missed It: Hottest Firms And Stories On Law360

Law360 - 21 March 2020

$1 trillion rescue package deal may not be sufficient for companies - 21 March 2020

Kudlow: Coronavirus Relief Plan Worth More Than $2 Trillion - 21 March 2020

Feds, States Tackle Licensing Barriers to Cross-Border Telehealth

Bloomberg Law - 19 March 2020

FDA halting of foreign drug factory checks during pandemic raises concerns

UPI - 19 March 2020

No, seriously, don't try to 'trademark' coronavirus

Law360 - 19 March 2020

Using data to fight COVID-19 can't come at the cost of privacy

The Times - 19 March 2020

Uncharted legal terrain awaits in post-virus world

The Times - 19 March 2020

Trump invokes Defense Production Act against coronavirus

MassDevice - 18 March 2020

Supreme Court lawyers brace for uncertainty after postponement

Bloomberg - 17 March 2020

Coronavirus affects data regulators around the globe

Global Data Review - 17 March 2020

When coronavirus hoarding becomes trade policy

Law360 - 16 March 2020

Let's face it, trade talks are difficult over the phone

The Telegraph - 14 March 2020

Coronavirus shakes up K Street

The Hill - 13 March 2020

Insys execs say virus could further delay surrender dates

Law360 - 13 March 2020

Overseas inspection delay dings drug and devicemakers

Modern Healthcare - 13 March 2020

Wake up call: Litigation funder delays results due to virus impact

Bloomberg Law - 13 March 2020

Big Law M&A work is evaporating as coronavirus spreads, but some firms are about to make bank. Here are the winners and losers

Business Insider - 13 March 2020

Corporate lawyers in high demand as coronavirus hits businesses - 13 March 2020

Law firms in Mexico wary as borders stay open; other Latin American countries ban visitors from Europe - 12 March 2020

Update on conducting medical examinations (including temperature checks) of employees in Santa Clara County and three Seattle-area counties

Coronavirus Legal Daily - 12 March 2020

Companies walk fine line on employee data amid coronavirus outbreak

The Wall Street Journal - 12 March 2020

Employers face privacy balancing act in coronavirus fight

Law360 - 12 March 2020

Energy, service sectors brace for debt restructuring wave

Reuters – 11 March 2020

Virus outbreak could lead companies to renegotiate M&A deals

Bloomberg - 11 March 2020

Coronavirus alters the merger playbook for dealmakers

Pitchbook - 11 March 2020

Coronavirus tests Europe's resolve on privacy

POLITICO – 10 March 2020

Return of the MAC? Coronavirus could be the new negotiating leverage in deals

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