Business & Scientific Resources

Your Company's Response to Coronavirus

As cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to increase around the world, this resource center is designed to keep you informed on key information to keep your employees safe and business operating. This information will be regularly updated, check back often.

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Akin Gump has launched an interactive map that tracks U.S. state, county and local government business closure and stay-at-home orders.
Guide to assess physical, supply chain, and cybersecurity issues that may arise from the spread of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
At Arnold & Porter, we are client-driven and industry-focused. Our lawyers practice in more than 40 practice areas across the litigation, regulatory and transactional spectrum to help clients with complex needs stay ahead of the global market, anticipate opportunities and address issues that…
The Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice and the Bureau of Competition of the Federal Trade Commission issued joint guidance on how companies can ensure compliance with the federal antitrust laws.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar sends a letter to governors with the request for state-level actions in response to COVID-19.
Massachusetts has issued guidance on businesses and organizations defined as providing "COVID-19 Essential Services" under the Emergency Order issued on March 23.
NAIC has built a coronavirus resource page outlining state insurance commissioner actions, including prescription drug coverage, during COVID-19. To access the actions regarding drug coverage, download the "Health and Life" link and click the "Rx" tab on the spreadsheet. 
NAM has developed a resource that provides a snapshot of emerging state and local emergency orders affecting manufacturing operations.
Attached is an overview of the stay-at-home orders in effect in CA, NY, CT, NJ, PA, MA AND WA as of March 22 and how the orders will impact research and development.
Last update: Monday, January 25, 2021 @ 4:42 pm EST