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Where Will We Go from Here?

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting communities and commercial activity worldwide. To provide you with knowledgeable guidance, Mintz is monitoring evolving regulations and impacts. Click on an issue below for help with a business challenge, check our webinars for targeted thought leadership, and see our COVID-19 viewpoints to stay informed.

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Mintz Member Joanne Hawana was quoted extensively in an article published by the International Bar Association on how consumer protection bodies, including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, are dealing with the proliferation of fake products and treatments related to COVID-19.
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Mintz Member Dianne Bourque was quoted in an article published by Bloomberg Law on privacy protections and related concerns as the federal government is working with states and private companies to allow immunization databases to share data as part of a COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan.
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Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee Susan Finegan, and Lynne Parker, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation, co-authored an op-ed published by Commonwealth Magazine on the need for greater funding for civil legal aid in Massachusetts as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly covered a recent Superior Court decision holding that despite the state’s eviction moratorium, a commercial landlord could attach its tenant’s assets to secure landlord’s claim for unpaid rent obligations during the COVID-19 pandemic. The article included commentary on the decision from Mintz Member Kelly Frey, who represents the commercial landlord in the case.
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In an article published by Barron’s, Mintz Member and Chair of the firm’s Bankruptcy & Restructuring Practice William Kannel was quoted on an increase in distress in senior living, student housing, hospitality and hotels, and project finance, among other areas, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to strain municipal finance.