Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) are now Law.

As COVID-19 (the “Coronavirus”) continues to keep the United States economy from functioning at full capacity, businesses are challenged with navigating through significant difficulties and setbacks to their business that were unimaginable a year ago. To survive through this extended shut-down will require thoughtful and comprehensive planning. The Goosmann Law Firm established a multi-disciplinary and multi-location team, that has developed numerous topical resources for its clients and the general public prepared a wealth of topical client resources (see the Goosmann COVID-19 Resource Toolbox) and is prepared to help our clients meet the legal and business challenges that the Coronavirus outbreak is creating for stakeholders across all facets and industries.

What Businesses Need to Know About the CARES Act

What Employers Need to Know About FFCRA

For more information about recommended steps, please contact our Goosmann Team. For additional web-based resources available to assist you in monitoring the spread of the coronavirus on a global basis, you may wish to visit the CDC and the World Health Organization.

Goosmann Law Firm will continue to monitor and keep you apprised of relevant developments. The Goosmann COVID-19 Resource Toolbox provides continuous and updated insights and resources to support your business during this challenging time.



For questions regarding the CARES Act or FFCRA, contact any of our team members below who are available 24/7 and ready to help businesses looking for assistance in this area.

Aaron Adams
(402) 850-0097

Barry Sackett
Corporate Counsel
(712) 330-5248

Jamey Drury
(712) 444-5177

Tom Dorwart
(402) 672-0083



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