2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues its rapid proliferation across the globe with complex and widening implications. While much remains unknown, King & Spalding is mobilized to assist our clients, helping them address early stage responses across their operations, while factoring in the long-term commercial and legal impact, including a return to the office, recovery, and government enforcement.
King & Spalding’s Crisis Practice, which includes lawyers from our Special Matters and Government Investigations, Employment, Corporate Governance, Insurance Coverage and Recovery, Litigation, International Arbitration, Government Advocacy and Public Policy, Leveraged Finance, Restructuring, Antitrust, Trade, Real Estate and Data, Privacy and Security teams, brings experience and judgment to help the c-suite, legal team and the Board address mounting business and legal issues. Our clients benefit from the perspective of our leading Healthcare and Life Sciences team, which is in regular contact with the CDC and other regulatory bodies that are coordinating the U.S. government’s response. We are also able to leverage relationships with premier global duty of care and crisis communications advisors to help our clients stay in front of today’s unprecedented and rapidly unfolding developments.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, regulatory agencies are issuing press releases and regulatory guidance affecting financial services firms. Read more about the summaries and links to guidance issued by the US, UK, and European financial regulators concerning COVID-19.Read More View All
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Jules Quinn comments on employer's mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policies
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Nicholas Howell discusses President Biden’s directive that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration consider an Emergency Temporary Standard to combat the spread of COVID-19 in American workplaces