50-State Emergency Order Tracker

14 April 2020 Blog
Author(s): Ann Marie Uetz Vanessa L. Miller
Published To: Coronavirus Resource Center:Back to Business Manufacturing Industry Advisor Dashboard Insights

Click here for Foley's enhanced 50-State Emergency Order Tracker: Roadmap to Restart.

"There is no light switch here… it's more like a dimmer, toggling back and forth between more restrictive and less restrictive; more individual responsibility, especially for those that have been exposed. 
More enforcement and more vigilance." 

~ Governor Gavin Newsom (CA), at a press briefing today discussing the framework the
state will use to adjust stay at home orders and other restrictions going forward

Foley’s Coronavirus Task Force presents its 50-State Emergency Order Tracker, which includes links to view statewide emergency orders in place throughout the United States as of April 14, 2020. In addition, Foley now offers the enhanced 50-State Emergency Order Tracker: Roadmap to Restart, which provides a both detailed and updated analysis of each state’s mandates to help businesses inform their complex legal and operational decisions, as well as weekly updates regarding changes to the emergency orders. The Roadmap to Restart offers Foley’s clients specific details regarding the impact of statewide emergency orders across industries, including essential services, manufacturing, transportation, residential and commercial construction, retail, services, restaurants and hotels, and more. 

As mitigation measures begin to show positive results, governors across the country are expected to ease emergency restrictions with a goal of restarting the economy. Companies will need to understand the changing rules for operating in their home state, as well as the impacts for their suppliers or customers located in other states. Foley’s Roadmap to Restart provides updated insights essential to helping companies manage both business and legal considerations as emergency orders are eased. 

To learn more about Foley’s Roadmap to Restart, please contact Ann Marie Uetz or Vanessa Miller, co-chairs of Foley’s Coronavirus Task Force. 

In addition, click here for Foley’s Coronavirus Resource Center to stay apprised of relevant developments, insights and resources to support your business during this challenging time.

Click below on state of interest to be taken directly to that state government's response to the coronavirus outbreak.

Select a State to View Statewide Emergency Orders

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