Foley & Lardner has launched a Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center to help address immediate questions and concerns from clients about planning and responding to the risks associated with the evolving outbreak.
“We recognize that the coronavirus is impacting our clients across borders and industries, and our team of lawyers is well positioned to provide the latest thinking on the most pressing business and legal issues raised by COVID-19,” said Foley CEO Jay Rothman.
Foley has developed an online resource center to provide valuable insights and tools to support our clients as they confront the challenges presented by the spread of COVID-19. “The goal is to collaborate strategically with our clients and provide insights and tools to support their businesses as they navigate the global challenges that COVID-19 is presenting,” said Ann Marie Uetz, a Foley partner based in Detroit who is leading Foley’s Coronavirus Task Force.
Through Foley’s cross-disciplinary approach, we are able to help our clients confront the developing challenges to their businesses, including supply chain disruptions, materials and parts shortages, and quality issues in many industries, including manufacturing and automotive; personnel management, health and safety concerns and facility closure issues; cybersecurity and data privacy concerns as an increasing number of employees work remotely; immigration issues; healthcare and elder care impacts; disclosure considerations and requirements for public companies; representations and warranties in connection with pending corporate transactions; insurance coverage issues, including as they relate to business interruptions; hospitality and corporate conference concerns, and corporate travel management.
Foley’s Coronavirus Resource Center is available online at foley.com.
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