Weekly Digest: COVID-19 Resources from Bradley ( March 18, 2021)
This digest is a curated list of Bradley content regarding the coronavirus. In an effort to provide our clients with the easiest way to find information that may be beneficial in responding to the impact of COVID-19, we have provided links to our most recent blog posts, news alerts, webinar recordings and more. Additionally, this digest will now be deployed on a weekly basis in an effort to reduce the number of emails our clients receive. For updates on social media, follow Bradley on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Coronavirus Insights & Updates
The information listed below is categorized by topic for your convenience and includes content from the previous week. Bradley is actively monitoring and engaging with relevant federal, state or local entities on issues related to the coronavirus. Please contact one of the authors if you have any questions. Click on a link below to view the full article, alert, blog, webinar recording or interview.
Banking and Financial Services
Bradley attorney Robert Maddox was quoted in the Birmingham Business Journal on the effect of COVID-19 in the legal and banking industries. Firms have spent much of the last year advising their bank and other financial institution clients on the ever-changing requirements of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and other CARES Act and Economic Aid Act measures while also dealing with PPP litigation.
Government Enforcement and Investigations
2020 was an especially active year for FCA enforcement. What does this tell us about compliance in the coming year? Bradley Government Enforcement and Investigations partners Jon Ferry, Ty Howard, and Brad Robertson discuss how the enforcement environment drives compliance, and the areas of risk companies need to focus on this year.
To view Bradley's Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) webpage, please click here. This page includes some common Q&As, attorney-authored content on how the coronavirus may impact you or your business, and links to helpful online resources