The COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on everyone, especially small businesses. ASK Law has been busy guiding its small business clients through the challenges brought on by COVID-19 and we will continue to be here to help with each businesses’ specific challenges and legal questions.
We have compiled the below resources to help answer general questions for small businesses and others who are trying to navigate the everchanging legal landscape.
North Carolina Resources
U.S. Department of Labor
- Coronavirus Resources
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Questions and Answers
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employee Paid Leave Rights
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employer Paid Leave Requirements
- COVID-19 and the Fair Labor Standards Act: Questions and Answers
- COVID-19 and the Family and Medical Leave Act: Questions and Answers
Small Business Help
- Tax Credits for Small Businesses
- Small Business Administration
- COVID & construction cash flow resources
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
- What You Should Know About the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act and the Coronavirus
- Pandemic Preparedness in the Workplace and the Americans with Disabilities Act
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
If you have an questions involving any issue involving COVID-19, contact Allen Stahl + Kilbourne
By Bo Carpenter
Updated: March 25, 2020
Any statements contained herein do not constitute a formal legal opinion and should not be relied upon as such. These articles are intended for general informational purposes only. Nothing expressed shall be grounds for the creation of an attorney-client relationship. Our attorneys can give legal advice only in the context of an attorney-client relationship after a conflict check, the execution of a representation agreement and a discussion of the specific information and unique issues of your particular circumstances.
The situation surrounding COVID-19/coronavirus is changing constantly; as a result, any discussions that might take place may not necessarily reflect the latest information regarding recently-enacted, or pending or proposed legislation or guidance that could override, alter or otherwise affect existing legal analysis.