At the end of a destabilizing week that saw a torrent of event cancellations and business closures across the U.S., Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison chairman Brad Karp found himself thinking about the millions of Americans that will soon be staring down the economic impacts of the growing coronavirus crisis.
While federal, state and local officials, along with the nonprofit sector, have pledged to make a number of resources available to help those in the need of either immediate or long-term assistance, the scope of the options and the steps needed to unlock them is bewildering.
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