As COVID-19 ravages our country and the world, perhaps no sector in the U.S. has suffered more than the restaurant industry.
Cohen Milstein Sellers and Toll PLLC and Gibbs Law Group LLP have filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of Washington, DC-based restaurants that were denied insurance coverage for business losses ...
The Senate approved a $484 billion bill Tuesday that would inject $310 billion into the Paycheck Protection Program that ran out in less than two weeks.
Restaurants have reacted to the COVID-19 crisis and state and local shutdown orders by shedding staff and limiting operations to delivery, takeout, and drive thru.
As discussed previously, there are a lot of questions still facing restaurateurs in re
More details were shared Tuesday about the $349 billion set aside for a new small-business loan program.
With state mandates pushing restaurants to limit operations or close entirely during the coronavirus pandemic, operators are turning to insurers to see how they can recoup losses.
Restaurant operators across the nation are awaiting the benefits of the $2 trillion stimulus package, also known as the CARES Act, signed by President Donald Trump on March 27.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, there were a number of restaurants filing for bankruptcy.
The Senate late Wednesday passed a groundbreaking $2 trillion economic stimulus package intended to lift businesses and workers crippled by the COVID-19 pandemic.