COVID-19 Resource Hub

Weintraub Tobin attorneys are actively monitoring legal and regulatory changes emerging in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and creating resources to inform and assist organizations as they navigate this extremely fluid and unprecedented business landscape. Articles and insight from Firm attorneys related to COVID-19 are collected at this hub, which is being regularly updated.

Lawyers throughout the Firm and in every practice area are providing clients with timely and practical legal counsel related to COVID-19. Feel free to contact attorneys directly or contact the Firm and we can put you in touch with the attorney best suited to address your questions.

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Employment

Weintraub’s Labor and Employment Group is tracking federal and state response to the COVID-19 pandemic and providing insight and guidance on the FFCRA and the many Acts, Orders, and regulations impacting employers.

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Stimulus and Tax Relief

Weintraub attorneys are creating timely updates and resources on the many business and tax relief programs enacted in response to COVID-19, including the Federal Stimulus Program,  the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans, Federal Reserve programs, Federal tax relief,  and California tax relief.

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Webinars

Weintraub Tobin attorneys are presenting timely and informative webinars to provide in-depth and up-to-the-minute information on COVID-19 laws, programs, and initiatives.

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Real Estate

Weintraub’s Real Estate Group is providing updates on real estate issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, including moratoriums on evictions and efforts to slow foreclosures and protect against utility shutoffs.

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Intellectual Property

The COVID-19 epidemic is impacting every area of doing business, including IP and trademark issues.

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