COVID-19 Resources

Subscribe to the Indiana, federal and Bose McKinney & Evans COVID-19 weekly updates.


COVID-19 Federal Updates

In order to keep up to date with rapidly changing federal developments, the Bose team will be distributing an as needed media summary specifically tailored to COVID-19 response efforts. These news updates are pulled from various resources to provide you with a brief overview of important developments and will be sent out on Fridays. Subscribe to the Indiana, federal and Bose McKinney & Evans COVID-19 updates. To read previous weekly federal digests:

October 3: The Updated Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions (HEROES) Act

September 30: A Summary of the Education Provisions in the HEROES Act 2.0

BPAG DC Memo: HEROES Act Summary Update

BPAG DC Memo: HEROES Act Summary

U.S. Chamber: State-by-State Business Reopening Guidance

Memo: Education Provisions of the HEROES Act


The CARES Act

The CARES Act, signed by President Trump on March 27, 2020, estimated to cost $2 trillion, is the largest authorization and appropriation of federal spending in American history. It covers a vast array of federal programs, including direct financial assistance to Americans, a significant expansion of unemployment insurance, billions in aid to businesses large and small and a new wave of critical funding for the health care industry, tasked with combatting the virus.

Read our summary.

Summary of the education provisions in the CARES Act.


COVID-19 Indiana Updates

The situation surrounding COVID-19 in Indiana continues to evolve rapidly. In order to keep you up to date, BPAG is providing as needed updates about the latest state-level action related to COVID-19 and a roundup of the top news stories from around the state. Subscribe to the Indiana, federal and Bose McKinney & Evans COVID-19 updates. To read previous Indiana updates:

Recap: Governor Holcomb’s Media Availability

Executive Order 20-44: Seventh Renewal of Emergency Declaration

Executive Order 20-43: Stage Five – The New Normal During a Global Pandemic

Executive Order 20-37: Face Covering Requirement

Keep Indy Open: Wear a Mask

Executive Order 20-35: Back on Track Indiana Stage 4.5

Executive Order 20-34: Fourth Renewal of Public Health Emergency Declaration for the COVID-19 Outbreak

Executive Order 20-32: Back on Track Indiana State Four

Executive Order 20-31: Additional Extensions of Time in Response to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

Executive Order 20-30: Renewal of the Public Health Emergency Declaration for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Executive Order 20-28: Back on Track – Reopening Indiana in Stage Three

COVID-19 Pandemic Effect on Craft Breweries

Executive Order 20-27: Additional Directives in Response to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency

BPAG Vice President Amy Cornell: COVID-19 Pandemic Effect on Food Supply Chain

Governor Holcomb Extends Indiana’s Stay-at-Home Order

Flexibility from Indiana Graduation Requirements in Response to COVID-19

Executive Order 20-16: Schools to Use Remote Learning for Remainder of 2019-2020 School Year

New Primary Election Deadlines for Indiana

Indiana Governor Holcomb Issues “Stay at Home” Order


COVID-19 Legal Resources

Bose McKinney & Evans realizes there is uncertainty surrounding how business will operate in the coming months. While there are many unknowns, we are closely monitoring federal and state directives that impact your business. Bose means business, even when it is not business as usual. 

Visit Bose McKinney & Evans COVID-19 Legal Resources