Paycheck Protection Program Basics - Webinar
Paycheck Protection Program Basics: What to Know About PPP Loans and Forgiveness
The CARES Act authorized the Small Business Administration to make billions of dollars of forgivable loans to small businesses for payroll and other expenses. Known as the Paycheck Protection Program (or “PPP”), these loans were intended to help small businesses survive the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Though PPP has experienced a few bumps in the road, funds remain available and may be a viable option for many small businesses.
This webinar will provide a basic introduction into the potential benefit of the Paycheck Protection Program, including:
• Who Qualifies For PPP Loans
• How Loan Forgiveness Works
• Recent Updates to PPP
• Factors to Consider When Looking at PPP
This webinar is presented by PIAG's employment law partner, Jackson Lewis P.C.
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Adriana R. Midence
Principal, Jackson Lewis Atlanta
Adriana R. Midence is a Principal in the Atlanta, Georgia office of Jackson Lewis P.C. and is Co-Chair of the firm’s Women’s Interest Network. Her practice includes employment and restrictive covenant matters.
Ms. Midence’s employment litigation experience includes serving as lead counsel in cases involving race, national origin, age, disability, religion, pregnancy, and sex discrimination; sexual harassment; and retaliatory discharge. Ms. Midence has successfully tried cases involving such claims in federal and state court in Georgia and other states, such as Texas and Tennessee. Ms. Midence has also represented employers in similar arbitrations, and before the EEOC and related state-level agencies. As a result of Ms. Midence’s litigation experience, she is also routinely asked by clients to provide advice and counsel on employment decisions and training on such issues with the goal of preventing claims and litigation.
Ms. Midence has appeared on CNN and 100.3 FM WIOD (Miami) to discuss discrimination and harassment in the workplace, workplace investigations, and retaliation issues.