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COVID-19 and Force Majeure: another look

This post was co-authored by Evan Janssen, a student at St. Mary’s School of Law, and Ryan Reiffert, San Antonio corporate & transactional attorney. In case you’ve been living under a rock, COVID-19 has dominated current events throughout 2020. For the science sticklers among you, a brief detour: ·         COVID-19 is the name of the disease …

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BREAKING NEWS: More Relief Coming for Small Businesses as Government Refills the Loan Program (a.k.a. PPP Round 2)

The $350 billion Paycheck Protection Program part of the CARES Act ran out in under two weeks(!) and now the race is on to get in for the second round before it, too, runs out. If you missed my previous posts about PPP, CARES act, Force Majeure, and other coronavirus-related topics, please feel free to …

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Coronavirus relief: the CARES Act passes House & Senate, goes to White House [UPDATED]

UPDATE: From what I am hearing, the SBA is currently working on regulations setting forth the details of the forgiveable loan program and other parts of the small business-centric portions of the statute – I have heard rumors that they will be released by Monday, but this is a rapidly changing situation, so please check …

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