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COVID-19 Resources

for the Creditors Rights Industry

Above all, we want to stress that the well-being of our members, your families, and your businesses are our primary concern. We are here for you and we are working hard to help you through this adverse time.

NCBA has compiled some helpful resources to assist you during the COVID-19 crisis. Check back frequently as more resources will be added. 


NCBA has compiled this list of resources as a service to our members and industry partners. NCBA is not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in the resources not presented by NCBA.

NCBA Announcements

April 16, 2020: NCBA's Letter to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin

April 16, 2020: The National Creditors Bar Association (NCBA) Supports Exemption of CARES Act Stimulus Payments from Garnishment

March 26, 2020: Largest Federal Response in U.S. History Passes U.S. Senate

March 25, 2020: Oppose H.R.6379 & S.3565 - A Complete Blanket Ban on Debt Collection

March 20, 2020: NCBA Submits Letter to Trump Administration Regarding Flawed COVID-19 Legislative Proposals Harmful to the Credit Ecosystem

March 18, 2020: COVID-19 Message from Mark Groves and Liz Terry

March 12, 2020: NCBA's Statement on COVID-19

NCBA Webinars & Briefing Calls

Go to Events

Court Resources

Coronavirus: The Latest Court Closures And Restrictions - Law360

COVID-19 Court Closures - Docketly

ANALYSIS: Courts Issue Range of Orders Responding to Coronavirus - Bloomberg Law

Remote Courts: United States of America - Remote Courts Worldwide

State Resources

NCBA has compiled a listing of nationwide resources as well as information from courts around the country.

COVID-19 State Resources - National Creditors Bar Association

COVID-19 Projections - The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation

State-by-State Face Mask Requirements - Burr & Forman LLP

CARES Act & Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act - Ten Highlights for ABA Members - American Bar Association

Private debt collectors can seize stimulus checks. Some states are trying to stop them. - Vox

(New York) AG James to debt collectors: Hands off the stimulus payments - WRGB Albany

Coronavirus Emergency Loans Small Business Guide and Checklist - U.S. Chamber of Commerce

You Need To Change Your Thinking: Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) - Forbes

SBA Issues Clarifications to PPP Rules - The National Law Review

Good-Faith Determinations under the CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program - ABA Business Law Section

New Interim Final Rule Clarifies Key Changes in Paycheck Protection Program - Crowell & Moring LLP

Miscellaneous

Leadership, Resilience, and the COVID-19 Outbreak - Boston Consulting Group

Offline: The Coronavirus Outbreak Has Become a Referendum on Remote Work - Attorney At Work

Here’s what to do if you’ve been laid off or furloughed - Get Hired

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Using Electronic Signatures - Burr & Forman LLP

COVID-19 Collections Impact Bulletin - Burr & Forman LLP

E-Signatures and Remote Online Notarization - Ballard Spahr LLP

COVID-19 News - insideARM

Banking and Consumer Financial Services COVID-19 Resource Center - Ballard Spahr LLP

Why Paper Should Be Part of Your COVID-19 Remote Work Cybersecurity Planning - Clark Hill PLC

How can law firms stay afloat through the novel coronavirus crisis? - ABA Journal

COVID-19 Bill Tracking Report - GovHawk

ABA Says Gov't Should Declare Legal Workforce 'Essential' - Law360

(Maryland) Comptroller urges individuals and businesses to hold on to cash - The Frederick News-Post

Are Lawyers Essential Services in Your State? - Clio

COVID-19 Mental Health Resources - American Bar Association

State Quarantine and Isolation Statutes - National Conference of State Legislatures

(Preston County, Virginia) Court Halts Debt Collection During Crisis - The Dominion Post

New York Cuts Statute of Limitations for Bringing an Action to Recover Medical Debts From Six to Three Years - Hinshaw & Culbertson via JD Supra

(Kentucky) The State Has Halted Debt Collections — But Not Collection Notices - WKMS

(New York) AG James, Cuomo renew suspension of state debt collection in response to coronavirus, protecting New Yorkers' wallets - Niagara Frontier Publications

COVID-19 Personal Finance Guide - Chamber of Commerce

COVID-19: Impact on Employment and Labor - National Conference of State Legislatures

Lead Your Team Into a Post-Pandemic World - Harvard Business Review

Anticipating The Top 4 COVID-19 Employment Claims - Law360

What to expect on your first day back in a touch-free, socially distant office - Fast Company

Trial By Webcam: Tips From A Firsthand Experience - Law360

(New York) Guidance on Re-Opening Law Firms - New York State Bar Association

COVID-19 Cumulative State Legislative Report June 1, 2020 - PolicyEngage

COVID-19 Cumulative Federal Legislative Report, June 1, 2020 - PolicyEngage

COVID-19 Major Enacted Legislation - TrackBill

The Zoom boom: How videoconferencing tools are changing the legal profession - ABA Journal

Workplace Discrimination As A Result Of Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Florin | Roebig

May It Please The Camera: Zoom Trials Demand New Skills - Law360

Protecting the attorney-client privilege while under quarantine: Five tips for protecting attorney-client privilege when using online collaboration tools - DLA Piper

Consumer Debt in the Age of COVID-19 - TrueAccord

Rise in Employment Law Claims: Knowing the Risks and the Long-Term Legal Implications Anticipated from the COVID-19 Pandemic - ABA Business Law Today

Employers Weigh Coronavirus Vaccine Requirements - Cheddar.com

Legal Challenges Greet New Moratorium on Residential Evictions, Foreclosures - Bilzin Sumberg's Financial Services Watch

Education & CLE Resources

MCLE Rules Suspensions, March 18, 2020

Collector.Live! Makes All Videos Available For Free - Accounts Recovery

Federal Government Resources

Centers for Disease Control

CDC COVID-19 Website - Centers for Disease Control

CDC’s Most Recent Guidelines for 15 Days to Slow the Spread - Centers for Disease Control

CDC’s Frequently Asked Questions - Centers for Disease Control

CDC’s Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers - Centers for Disease Control

CDC’s Environmental Cleaning and Disinfection Recommendations - Centers for Disease Control

CDC’s Travel and Country Risk Assessments - Centers for Disease Control

CDC’s Information for Healthcare Professionals - Centers for Disease Control

CDC’s Information for Healthcare Facilities (including Long-Term Care Facilities) - Centers for Disease Control

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Occupational Safety and Health Administration Website on COVID-19 - Occupational Safety and Health Administration

OSHA’s Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 - Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Interim Enforcement Response Plan for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) - Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Website on COVID-19 - Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

EEOC’s Guidance on Pandemic Preparedness in the Workplace and the Americans with Disabilities Act - Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Department of Labor

Department of Labor Website on COVID-19 - Department of Labor

DOL’s Guidance on COVID-19 and the Fair Labor Standards Act - Department of Labor

DOL’s Guidance on COVID-19 and the Family and Medical Leave Act - Department of Labor

DOL’s Fact Sheet #17G: Salary Basis Requirement and Part 541 Exemptions Under the FLSA - Department of Labor

Small Business Administration

SBA Disaster Loan Assistance - Disaster Declaration Details - Small Business Administration

Internal Revenue Service

Treasury, IRS and Labor announce plan to implement Coronavirus-related paid leave for workers and tax credits for small and midsize businesses to swiftly recover the cost of providing Coronavirus-related leave - Internal Revenue Service

Employee Retention Credit available for many businesses financially impacted by COVID-19 - Internal Revenue Service

FAQs: Employee Retention Credit under the CARES Act - Internal Revenue Service

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Director Kraninger Remarks During Financial Stability Oversight Council Meeting - Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Beware of scams related to the coronavirus - Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

CFPB Issues Credit Reporting Guidance During COVID-19 Pandemic - Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Media Advisory: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Releases Video for Non-Filers on Economic Impact Payments - Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

U.S. Department of the Treasury

PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM LOANS - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - U.S. Department of the Treasury

Congressional Research Service

Legal Issues Related to the COVID-19 Outbreak: An Overview - Congressional Research Service

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