Tag Archives: business recovery

Insurance in the Time of Coronavirus – Business Interruption and Your Next Steps

This begins a series on insurance issues related to disaster resilience, especially with regard to the coronavirus pandemic and the upcoming hurricane season. While disasters are often somewhat personal (fire, sprinkler issue, robbery) or regional (hurricane, tornado, earthquake), rarely have we seen damaging events that effect the whole country like coronavirus has.  Insurance, as a […]

Insurance in the Time of Coronavirus: Litigation Claims and Government Help

This continues our series on insurance issues related to disaster resilience, especially with regard to the coronavirus pandemic and the summer hurricane season.  Part 1 can be found here. As noted in my earlier post, every insurance policy is different. Given the different needs and sophistication of businesses and the ultimate policy that comes out of […]

Where Do I Start? How Lease Review May Help Restaurant and Bar Owners Mitigate Losses from Defaults During COVID-19 Crisis

It is not uncommon for bar and restaurant owners to be unfamiliar with all of the terms of the lease they signed when they started their business.  Often, business owners either just signed their lease without really understanding all of the terms, or relied on an attorney to protect them in the lease negotiation.  Whether […]

No Time to Wait! Resources for Hospitality and Service Industry Owners and Employees

By now virtually everyone in the U.S. who owns or works for a small business has heard of and likely anticipates some form of governmental assistance as a result the impacts of COVID-19.  The federal government has responded with $350 billion for small businesses in the CARES Act, and more legislation is pending that should […]

Resources to Support Artists, Musicians and Creatives During COVID-19 Pandemic

Many of us in our homes as a result of COVID-19 are enjoying online concerts and performances by artists and musicians from around the world.  These performances are a wonderful escape from the stress created by social distancing. However, artists and other creatives are also experiencing stress because many have had their livelihoods heavily impacted […]

Pivoting Into Recovery – Evaluating Federal Relief Options To Determine What is Best for Your Business

This week there has been a lot of news coverage of the Payroll Protection Program and the other aid to small business included in the CARES Act.  One challenge for businesses is determining how to apply and what program(s) to apply for. Most small businesses in the U.S. have been affected by COVID. Social distancing […]