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The coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread to scores of countries and infected many thousands of people around the globe. We provide guidance below for boards and management in navigating this crisis and will update this page as developments warrant.

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Joint Statement by the FCA, FRC and PRA Regarding Capital Markets Reporting in Light of Recent COVID-19 Developments

On March 26, UK regulatory bodies granted temporary relief and issued guidance to listed companies and auditors as a result of the increasing challenges posed by COVID-19.

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Download a Compendium of Coronavirus Client Alerts

To help answer your questions and potentially mitigate risks related to this fast-moving situation, we are providing a compendium of our most recent advisories and alerts related to the coronavirus outbreak.

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COVID-19: LIBOR 2021 Cessation Timing Unchanged Though Planning Delays Expected

Notwithstanding COVID-19-related market volatility and associated challenges faced by market participants, UK regulators have affirmed that the timetable for LIBOR’s anticipated cessation at the end of calendar year 2021 currently remains unchanged.

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Business Insights for Navigating the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Litigation partner and former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson offers insights for business leaders on responding to the current coronavirus (COVID-19).

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CARES Act to Expand Access to the SBA Loan Program

The CARES Act includes a new Small Business Act loan program that offers forgivable loans and waives certain affiliate aggregation requirements maintained by other SBA loans. We discuss the loan program and its implications for private equity firms and their portfolio companies.

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COVID-19 UPDATE: SEC Extends Relief to Form ADV and Form PF Filing and Delivery Obligations Due On or Before June 30th

The SEC has issued a Superseding Order extending relief to Form ADV and Form PF filing and delivery obligations for which the original due date is between March 13, 2020 and June 30, 2020.

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Antitrust Guidance for Business Collaborations to Combat COVID-19

On March 24, the FTC’s Bureau of Competition and the DOJ’s Antitrust Division issued a Joint Statement providing guidance and expedited procedures for reviewing collaborations between businesses working to advance health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The new procedures may allow businesses seeking to collaborate in combating COVID-19 to gain clarity regarding the agencies’ views of such practices on an accelerated basis.

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