Helping Clients Navigate COVID-19 (Updating)
Client Alerts | March 30, 2020 | Business Restructuring and Reorganization | Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy Litigation | Derivatives | Employment Litigation | Estate Planning and Administration | Hedge Funds | Investment Management | Investor Activism | Mergers & Acquisitions | Private Equity Funds | Securities and Corporate Finance | Special Situations and Credit
Kleinberg Kaplan is working closely with our clients to provide counsel and guidance during these unprecedented times. A selection of our recent thought leadership pieces related to the implications of COVID-19 includes:
- The Force May Be With You: COVID-19 and Force Majeure Provisions (March 31, 2020): How and if businesses should consider exploring the invocation of any force majeure provisions in light of disruptions caused by COVID-19. Our Litigation and Corporate Transactional & Finance lawyers explain.
- Slo-Mo: Bankruptcy Court Suspends Modell’s Case (March 31, 2020): Matthew Gold and Dov Kleiner examine the Modell’s case to discuss ways that parties to a bankruptcy case may react and issues distressed companies, their creditors and stakeholders should consider in the current climate before a bankruptcy petition is filed.
- Material Corporate Provisions of the CARES Act (March 30, 2020): Our Corporate, Transactional & Finance lawyers focus on the corporate components of the CARES Act that we believe are most relevant and useful to our clients.
- Summary of Key Tax Provisions for Individuals and Businesses under the CARES Act (March 30, 2020): Our Tax team examines the CARES Act to provide clients with the most important tax-related takeaways.
- Summary of SBA 7(A) Loans under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (March 28, 2020): The CARES Act allows select small businesses to to receive Small Business Administration (“SBA”) loans in the form of 7(a) loans. Our Corporate, Transactional & Finance lawyers provide you with the parameters.
- Estate Planning Considerations and COVID-19 (March 25, 2020): In light of the continuing impact of COVID-19, Kleinberg Kaplan’s Trusts & Estates attorneys offer insight into certain estate planning items clients may wish to review.
- CFTC and NFA Extend CPO/CTA Filing Deadlines for Certain Filing and Reporting Requirements (March 24, 2020): Jared Gianatasio, Eric Wagner and Benjamin Goldman update you on the latest changes to filing deadlines.
- SEC Grants Temporary Relief to Investment Advisers Impacted by COVID-19 (March 23, 2020): Certain investment advisers impacted by COVID-19 may be able to delay certain of their Form ADV and Form PF filing and delivery requirements (as applicable). Richard Guidice, Jamie Nash and Eric Wagner take you through the SEC’s recent action.
- Important Changes to Employment Laws (March 23, 2020): David Levy and Pamela Frederick cover the latest updates to employment laws in response to COVID-19.’
- Considerations for Lenders and Credit Managers (March 20, 2020): Dov Kleiner, Christopher Davis and Matthew Gold discuss what factors lenders should monitor as COVID-19 continues to impact businesses.
- CFTC Extends Initial Margin Compliance Timeline for Many Buy-Side Firms (March 20, 2020): The CFTC announced a one-year extension of the initial margin compliance deadline for firms with the smallest uncleared swaps portfolios. Jared Gianatasio, Mary Kuan, Eric Wagner and Benjamin Goldman give you the latest.
- Positioning Your Business to Survive this Season (March 19, 2020): Dov Kleiner, Christopher Davis and Matthew Gold offer practical steps businesses can take to proactively manage the impact of COVID-19.
- Navigating the Temporary Rules for Hart-Scott-Rodino Notifications (March 19, 2020): Christopher Davis explains the temporary rules for Hart-Scott-Rodino notifications enacted by the FTC and DOJ.
- Buy-Side Checklist for Potential Impacts on Counterparty Trading Arrangements (March 18, 2020): Jared Gianatasio, Mary Kuan and Eric Wagner discuss potential considerations for counterparty trading arrangements.
If you would like to learn more, please reach out to your Kleinberg Kaplan attorney or any of the attorneys listed above.
We understand that these are challenging times for our clients and friends. Kleinberg Kaplan has been diligently monitoring the updates and developments pertaining to COVID-19 and the potential impact for our clients. We will continue to provide updates as the situation develops.