The coronavirus has raised concerns and wide-ranging issues for businesses and continues to impact day-to-day life and the global economy. Many clients face uncertainty about the impact on their workforce and business operations, as well as what steps can mitigate that impact and risk.

To aid in preparation and response, Miller & Martin has compiled resources to help your business understand the current and potential risk and disruption as a result of COVID-19.

Our firm has business continuity plans in place to maintain the level of service and value you’ve come to expect from your relationship with us as we navigate the turns that lie ahead. Many of our teams are working remotely to model social distancing, while our offices remain open.


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Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act)

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

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As guidance and new developments are rapidly changing, we have also provided outside resources below so we may all continue to monitor and refer to the leading authorities during this pandemic. 



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Disclaimer: The foregoing is intended to provide general guidance only and is not a comprehensive list of applicable legal issues or risks. It does not constitute legal advice and is not intended as a recommendation for specific situations. The information is presented as of the date it was released. The legal issues arising from COVID-19 can change, causing the information to be outdated. If you have specific questions, please contact an attorney directly.