The CARES Act, passed in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, is the largest stimulus package in American history and will have an enduring impact for years to come.  Its massive scale raises questions about how the government, in carrying out the stimulus, may attempt to prevent fraud, waste and abuse.

For companies and industries likely to see relief from the stimulus package, several lessons learned from the 2009 American Recovery and Relief Act may be important guides to navigating what  will assuredly be a complex regulatory environment going forward.

Read Jeff Tsai’s article from Law360 here.