Empty 42nd street subway station during the COVID pandemic in New York City. Photo: Ryland West Empty 42nd street subway station during the COVID pandemic in New York City. Photo: Ryland West

Law.com and its affiliates are working hard to bring you the latest news on COVID-19, and how the pandemic is affecting law firms, law schools, legal departments, courts and legal technology.

Here is a regularly updated lineup of breaking news and ongoing coverage impacting the profession.

Pay Cuts, Layoffs, and More: How Law Firms Are Managing the Pandemic

‘A Scary and Sad Time’: Asian American GCs Talk About Current Racism

As Salary Cuts Move to Higher-Profit Firms, What Happens Next?

Cost Cuts Spread Across Big Law’s Billion-Dollar Club

Guarding Cash, Quinn Emanuel Hits Pause on Partner Distributions and Rejiggers Draws

Legal Industry Shed 64,000 Jobs in April as Layoffs and Furloughs Spread

Injunction Issued Against Company Accused of Price-Gouging N95 Masks

Law Deans at Top Schools Outside NY Balk at Bar Exam Access Plan

State Bankruptcies May Still Be a Long Shot, but Big Law Is Ready

Davis Polk, Sullivan & Cromwell Guide US Treasury on COVID-19 Air Carrier Relief

Ohio’s First Post-COVID Jury Trial Was Set to Begin. Then the Defendant Nearly Collapsed

Gilead’s Suing the Feds, and Working With Them, Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Federal Judge Says He Can’t Order Immigration Courts to Close Over COVID-19

More Suits to Come: Podhurst Orseck, Boies Schiller Unite to Sue Insurer Denying COVID-19 Coverage

Recruiters Are ‘Flouting Privacy Rules’ to Place Candidates

Is a Coronavirus Loan Truly a ‘Loan’? Federal Judge Questions Whether Lobbyists Can Tap Relief Funds

Banks Bumped Big Loans Ahead of Others in COVID-19 Relief Program, Lawsuits Say

Lawyers Predict a ‘Huge Explosion’ in Worker Class Actions Over COVID-19

Due to COVID-19, Fewer International Students Could Hit Law Schools—Hard

First Wrongful Death Lawsuits Filed Against Princess Cruise

System Overload: Lagging Internet May Be Inconvenient Mainstay for Attorneys

Ditching the Bar Exam Puts Public at Risk, Says Test Maker

Avenatti Ordered Released from Manhattan Federal Lockup Over Coronavirus Concerns

Quinn Emanuel’s Steven Edwards, Coronavirus Victim, Combined Litigation Prowess With Character and Kindness

Dissatisfied with Online Courses, University Student Files Class Action for Refund

Ex-Judge Slams Houston Criminal Judges for Forcing In-Person Appearances Amid COVID-19 Spread

In Unusual Statement, 2 SEC Officials Urge Companies to Talk About the Future

Remaining ‘T-14′ Law Schools Yield to Mandatory Pass/Fail Pressure

‘I’m By Nature Suspicious’: Meet Brian Miller, Trump’s Pick for Pandemic Watchdog

An Emerging Entry in WARN Notices: Law Firms

As US Unemployment Soars, Legal Industry Hopes to Avoid Widespread Layoffs

‘Strong, Big-Name Firms’ Are Looking at Imminent Cuts to Partner Draws, Consultant Says

‘Nobody Is Recruiting Over the Summer’: OCI Season Postponed

‘Unprecedented Need for Information’: Inside the Lobbying Frenzy Over the $2 Trillion Coronavirus Package

Lawyers Watch for Consumer Class Actions as COVID-19 Hits Pocketbooks

DOJ, FTC Bend Antitrust Rules to Let Companies Collaborate on Fighting COVID-19

How to Determine What Is ‘Essential Business’ as More States Order Shutdowns

System Error: The IT Issues Plaguing Attorneys’ Transition to Remote Work