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Law Firms from across Maryland responded quickly to the COVID-19 pandemic to provide their clients, small businesses, individuals and other practitioners with resources on how to handle various issues arising from the pandemic. The jump to action was seen across firms of all sizes and throughout the state.

During MSBA’s ongoing effort to ensure that the legal profession received the tools and resources it needs during this time, we collected and highlighted many of these resources on the MSBA.org/Covid-19 page and through other MSBA communication channels, including the MSBA eWeekly Newsletter, Bar Bulletin, and social media.

Below is just a sample of some of the efforts by Maryland area firms.

DLA Piper: SBA to Provide Disaster Assistance Loans for Small Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus ​

Offit Kurman:  Best Practices for Landlords and Property Managers During COVID-19

Miles & Stockbridge:  Practical Immigration Considerations Pertaining to H1B Workers During COVID-19

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg:  The Coronavirus Pandemic and 1031 Like Kind Exchange Deadlines

Lerch Early Brewer: How to Handle Protective Gear in the Workplace During COVID-19

Shulman Rogers:  Important Guidance Regarding Staff Access to Non-Essential MD Businesses

PK Law:  Force Majeure Clauses:  Is a Viral Pandemic an Act of God?

Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, PA:  Stay at Home & Child Custody Transitions

Frost Law:  Coronavirus Resource Center

Zirkin & Schmerling Law:  Don’t Violate Governor Hogan’s Executive Order to Stay at Home

Paley Rothman:  CMS Expands Accelerated and Advance Payment Program During Covid-19 Emergency

Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr:  Maryland’s Revised Stay-At-Home Order in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic Brings Uncertainty to Commercial Construction

Venable:  Should Your Company Grant a Free License to Your Company’s Intellectual Property in Response to the COVID-19 Emergency?

Gilman & Bedigian:  Coronavirus Panic Could be Leading to Prescription Fraud

The Law Firm of J. W. Stafford: Overtime Pay and Working From Home During Covid-19