In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. government, many states, and even some counties and municipalities have invoked emergency powers and issued a variety of executive-level orders to protect the public health. In many states, these orders have triggered “price gouging” laws that directly control the prices businesses may legally charge for essential goods and services. Other states have passed emergency legislation to address issues related to the coronavirus pandemic. The survey below actively tracks the status of federal and state price gouging provisions and provides an overview of the applicable pricing limitations currently in effect. To learn more about our coronavirus capabilities and resources, click here.