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CARES Act: Federal Stimulus Package Resource Center
On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) into law, authorizing $2 trillion in aid in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Individuals, small businesses, large corporations, hospitals and public health systems, education systems, and state and local governments will all receive additional funding and support through the package.
Bricker's cross-disciplinary team of attorneys is monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and breaking down important information found within the stimulus package and will continue to analyze how it will impact clients' day-to-day operations and long-term performance.
American Rescue Plan and Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III: What institutions of higher education need to knowMore
CMS to require a positive COVID-19 viral test result for additional 20 percent Medicare paymentMore
Increased reimbursement for hospital stays for Medicare beneficiaries with COVID-19 diagnosis likely to lead to audits and False Claims lawsuitsMore
SBA releases Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness application and interim final ruleMore
DOE releases additional $6.3 billion for higher education institutional costs, provides FAQ guidanceMore
COVID-19 Update: DOL, HHS and Treasury issue FAQs for group health plans and insurers on COVID-19 testing and provider visitsMore
CARES Act provisions offer relief for families who need to access retirement funds due to COVID-19 pandemicMore
Construction Equipment Guide cites information from Evans to give optimistic picture of construction industry's future
Citing a recent CARES Act summary publication, authored by Bricker construction attorney Mark Evans, the Construction Equipment Guide describes the specific allocation of funds and their designations.More Apr 27, 2020