Resources for Dealing with the COVID-19 Crisis


Estate Planning in Turbulent Times
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton
As we learn to cope with the unprecedented changes to our daily lives imposed by the COVID-19 crisis, many are rethinking about the steps to take to confirm that their affairs are in order. Now is
Podcast: Putting Market Volatility in Context for Family Offices
Boston Private
With unprecedented health concerns and economic uncertainty at the forefront of everyone’s mind, Edward Marshall sat down with Richard Perez, to provide guidance on how to put these events into
Coronavirus: Insurance Coverage for Business-Related Losses
Warner Norcross & Judd
Businesses are feeling the effects of the coronavirus and are wondering if some relief may be available from their insurance policies. Warner's Insurance Law practice group provides summaries of
Summary of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act
Warner Norcross & Judd
On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act ("CARES Act") was signed into law. The CARES Act provides emergency assistance to individuals, families, and
A Marathon, Not a Sprint: Tax-Loss Harvesting During the Downturn
Some advisors are clamoring for managers to harvest any and all available tax losses in their clients’ accounts. But harvesting all the losses in a portfolio creates risk—risk that can
Muni Credit and COVID-19: The Current State of Municipal Credits Under Pandemic
Can the municipal bond market overcome a liquidity shortage triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic? Find out which sectors carry the most risk of leading to a credit crisis.
Crisis Communication: Five Steps to Help Your Business Manage the COVID-19 Impact
Plante Moran
COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, has caused unprecedented global disruption. Keeping your stakeholders informed with clear, consistent messaging is essential for risk mitigation, so be sure
Navigating the Black Swan
BKS Partners
The current COVID-19 crisis is a true black swan event that has arrived with great velocity and far reaching consequences.  In hindsight, risk managers and thought leaders have been warning of
Model Coronavirus Response Plan
Cozen O'Connor
When developing a model coronavirus response plan, there are three areas family businesses and family offices should consider. In addition, it is important to have an FAQ communication for
Muni Credit and COVID-19: The Long-Term Impact of Municipalities Under Pandemic
Will the municipal bond market survive unprecedented economic downturn amid a growing pandemic? Find out why muni credit ratings aren’t indicative of long-term creditworthiness.