CARES Act Resources
In response to the potentially devastating disruptions to the U.S. economy resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress enacted a $2.2 trillion stimulus package with a range of programs offering benefits to individuals and businesses—large and small.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act may well offer benefits to you, your business, your employees, and your broader community.
Schwabe's CARES Act task force understands the nuances of the businesses we represent. With this in mind, our attorneys examine the CARES Act through the lens of our clients' unique industries to answer some frequently asked questions.
With legislation continually evolving in the face of COVID-19, Schwabe's attorneys are regularly examining the CARES Act and related laws and updates to assist our clients with questions. To learn more about the CARES Act, we encourage viewing our list of recent articles or engaging with an attorney today.
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