October 16, 2020

Expert Analysis: What To Know About The First Wave Of CARES Act Litigation

At the end of March, Congress passed the CARES Act, to provide much needed financial relief to the economy, which was racing the disastrous consequences of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Sadly, according to an expert analysis in Law 360, the rollout of the CARES Act was a perfect storm for litigation: a $2 trillion law hurriedly written, passed and implemented in a matter of weeks.

In the analysis authors James Murphy and Daniel Payne analyze the different types of cases that are being filed, how they are progressing and who is winning in the early going.

James Murphy is chairman and co-founder of Murphy & McGonigle PC, and Daniel Payne is a shareholder at the firm.

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