COVID-19 Pandemic: Client Resources

Posted on March 23, 2020


Knox Law is committed to serving clients during the COVID-19 Pandemic. While our office locations are temporarily closed due to the Pennsylvania and New York Governors' orders, our attorneys and staff are working remotely, available by phone and email to help with your questions and concerns. Please read our full statement here.

We remain focused on client care and responsiveness - please reach out to us as needed:

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ECBA Offers 'Ask-a-Lawyer' Service for Businesses Affected by COVID-19, led by Guy Fustine


CARES Act Retirement Plan Relief

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) permits greater access to retirement plan distributions and loans, and a one-year waiver of the Internal Revenue Code’s (“Code”) required minimum distribution rules. Employer sponsors of retirement plans may amend their plans to adopt the relief measures afforded by the CARES Act. Read more here.


The Paycheck Protection Program Application for financial relief due to the COVID-19 pandemic has been released and finalized.


Important Labor & Employment Related Resources


Loans, Tax Credits, Contract Issues & More

We have seen a flurry of activity from all sectors of government in recent days to assist businesses who are dealing with this unprecedented time in our economy and public health arena. Click here for a summary of loan opportunities, tax credits, and contract considerations.


Trump Administration Makes Sweeping Regulatory Changes to Help U.S. Healthcare System Address COVID-19 Patient Surge


Message to Estate Planning Clients​

Our estate attorneys and staff are pleased to review, at no cost, estate plans we prepared for you (or your clients). Further, if you are a new client concerned about your estate plan and would like to have us review it, there is also no charge for our review.

NOTE: under Pennsylvania law, wills and trusts do NOT need to be witnessed or notarized to be valid. We can provide documentation to clients who wish to revise or develop their estate plans. The clients can execute the documents in their homes and, after the pandemic subsides, we can more fully review the plans and, if necessary, adjust them further at our office and provide for witnesses and notarization. Please read our full statement here.

Contact our Estate Planning Attorneys today.


Other Resources - General

CDC Guidance for Businesses and Employers

Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership Coronavirus Business Guide

Manufacturer & Business Association COVID-19 Employer Resources

Ben Franklin Technology Partners Resources for Small Businesses

Erie County COVID-19 Website

City of Erie Government Facebook Page

Resources for Nonprofits from The Nonprofit Partnership

Pennsylvania Department of Education

Pennsylvania School Boards Association

U.S. Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Resources


For more information, please contact Sarah Holland.