Impact and Recovery: Coronavirus Resource Center

Updated daily, our Center provides links to free webinars, articles and charts with practical guidance for leaders of companies of all sizes.

Fox Team Secures Precedent-Setting Victory In Conservation Easement Battle

The firm successfully argued that a golf course was proper in claiming a conservation easement deduction for a land trust donation.

Fox Assembles COVID-19 Compassionate Release Task Force

Our White-Collar Criminal Defense Group is assisting nonviolent offenders in jails across the U.S. with requests for compassionate release.

John Galluccio Joins Fox in Morristown

He helps clients capitalize on emerging opportunities ranging from complex 1031 acquisitions and dispositions to construction financings and retail leases.

Daily Business Review Recognizes Patricia Flanagan for Professional Excellence

She is featured for her early-career accomplishments in the legal community.

Retail Real Estate Duo Joins Fox in New York

Scott Kipnis and Nicholas Malito facilitate retail property development deals for national and regional chains from the inception of lease negotiations to store launch.


SBA Interim Final Rule Frames Duties of PPP Borrowers, Lenders

On May 22, a new interim final rule was posted by the Small Business Administration that provides advice to borrowers and lenders concerning SBA’s review process under the Paycheck Protection Program. Steven Ludwig provides details on the rule in this alert. 


Preparing Employers for the New Normal: Reopening During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Employers reopening or expanding their operations during the COVID-19 pandemic face unprecedented challenges. Join us May 28 for a complimentary webinar, featuring labor and employment attorneys Jenny Fuller, Brian McGinnis and Jeff Polsky, who will provide concrete advice on how to meet those challenges.


Considering a Divorce During a Pandemic or Recession

Statistics suggest there may be an upsurge in divorce filings following coronavirus-related quarantines. The increased time couples spend together may expose weaknesses and prompt one or both parties to contemplate major life changes. In this alert, Wesley Gelb and Michelle Connell highlight how divorce during a down economy requires different strategies and approaches than divorce in a thriving economy.


Telehealth in the Time of a Pandemic

May 29, 2020Today
Pitt Law Health Care Compliance Online Graduate Certificate Program
William H. Maruca

Eye on Oversight: CARES Act Relief Brings Accompanying Federal Oversight and Potential Increased Contractor Scrutiny

June 1, 2020Next Week
Public Contracting Institute
Erin Frazee Masini



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