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  • The Cares Act Amended: Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020
    6/9/2020

    If you have already received a PPP loan, the PPP Flexibility Act will not allow you to apply for or receive a second loan. With respect to loans applied for after enactment of the PPP Flexibility Act, although the covered period has been extended to 24 weeks, there has been no change to the maximum loan amount that can be borrowed under the PPP - it remains 2.5 times a borrower's one-month average payroll cost, as determined under the existing PPP application.

  • View a Replay of Our Webinar on Back to Business: Navigating the New Normal
    06/05/2020

    We would like to extend our sincerest appreciation to anyone who attended yesterday's webinar, Back to Business: Navigating the New Normal with Felicia Ennis, Chair of our Employment Law practice, and Frederick Cummings, Jr., Chair of our Corporate Law practice and our Managing Partner. We hope that you found the webinar informative and that it provided a jumping-off point for your own reopening plan. If you should have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.  

    View a replay of the webinar.  

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  • Title IX Insider
    10/27/2020

  • Structuring Like-Kind Real Estate Exchange Treatment
    09/30/2020

    It is a commonly held belief among real estate investors that they will be entitled to like-kind exchange treatment under the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”) if they sell  real property (commonly referred to as a “relinquished property”) and use the cash proceeds to acquire another real property (commonly referred to as an  “exchange property”) as long as they (i) identify the exchange property no more than 45-days after the relinquished property is transferred; and (ii) acquire the exchange property no more than 180-days after that transfer occurs.  While sometimes true, this could be a trap for the unwary when a calendar year taxpayer sells real property after October 17 (October 18 if the following year is a leap year) of any year.

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