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COVID-19 Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted every aspect of everyday life and presents singular challenges to all of us. Our attorneys are closely monitoring national and local response to the Coronavirus issue and actively advising our clients and professional network with regard to new legislation and business risks and opportunities within the evolving landscape.

We offer these resources to help keep you informed and provide support as you navigate through these unusual and uncertain times. While we will continue to update this page regularly, we encourage you to visit the resource links directly to stay up on the latest changes.

Please contact any one of us with questions on how to respond to issues raised by the pandemic.

COVID-19: Emergency Financial Assistance for Illinois Small Businesses

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (IDCEO) has created three programs offering emergency financial assistance to small businesses. Under these programs, Illinois businesses with fewer than 50 employees can apply for low- interest loans and grants. The first program has an April 1st deadline, so hospitality businesses seeking emergency financial assistance should act immediately.

COVID-19 Resources For Illinois Employers

Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker has entered Executive Order 2020-10, which becomes effective March 21, 2020. With some exceptions, the Executive Order directs Illinois residents to remain at home and temporarily shutters many Illinois businesses. This Executive Order follows federal action that also affects Illinoisans and employers alike.

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