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Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness Primer

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Originally posted on 6/9/2020, no content changes.

You applied for and obtained a Paycheck Protection Program loan. Now it is time to ask for the loan to be forgiven. Listen and watch here for a 30 minute presentation from the Offit Kurman CV-19 Business Response Team on the what, when and how to that apply to the loan forgiveness process, along with keen insights into that process. This presentation was recorded on June 5, 2020. For any updates to the loan forgiveness rules since then, please contact us.



Mr. Armstrong concentrates his practice in business law, transactions, and litigation and regularly represents clients in contractual disputes, employment disputes, misappropriation of trade secrets, copyright infringement, post-merger and acquisition disputes, enforcement of restrictive covenants, and adversary claims in bankruptcy.








Charles “Max” A. McCauley III is an attorney with extensive business experience. Mr. McCauley is a member of Offit Kurman’s business law and transaction practice group as a principal attorney in the suburban Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware offices. Mr. McCauley’s practice has involved corporate, banking, real estate, employment, tax, corporate and commercial litigation, and bankruptcy matters. He also advises clients on electronic discovery issues and is the former co-chair of the E-Discovery and Technology Law Section of the Delaware State Bar Association. Although he focuses his practice in all areas of business law, he also calls upon his significant business education and extensive experience garnered while managing his family’s business and serving as general counsel to a group of privately held multinational companies with operations in the United States and China. This blend of experience uniquely qualifies him to provide steadfast counsel to businesses on all legal issues they face.




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Glenn D. Solomon is a principal at Offit Kurman and has provided counsel to businesses and business owners for more than twenty-five years. He has extensive experience in the purchase and sale of businesses, structuring ownership agreements, and advising companies in financial distress.