Events

May 14, 2020

Special Compliance Coffee Break - Litigation under the Paycheck Protection Program

May 14 from 2:00 - 2:30 pm ET

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Presenters: Catherine Brennan, Kate Fisher and Caleb Rosenberg

As some small businesses have unsuccessfully sought funding from lenders under the Paycheck Protection Program, litigation against the U.S. Small Business Administration has increased. This webinar touches on the litigation trends we are seeing related to the PPP, including assertions by borrowers who claim they were wrongly excluded from participation in the PPP.

Please Note: This online program has not been pre-approved for CLE credit. A certificate of attendance will be available upon request for self-submission. Please email jnixon@hudco.com to request a certificate of attendance. Your state Bar may not accept self-submissions or may limit the number of hours allowed.

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