Attorneys to discuss key provisions of PPP Round 2 during free webinar on January 19

Butzel Long attorneys will discuss key provisions of a new round of Payment Protection Program (PPP) funding that was signed into law in late 2020 during a free webinar presented by the Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA)on Tuesday, January 19, from noono to 1 p.m.

On December 27, 2020, President Trump signed into law the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, which included several provisions related to the PPP first established under the CARES Act and the amendatory Flexibility Act. Among the numerous provisions of this comprehensive bill was the creation of the “COVID-related Tax Relief Act of 2020,” which made several changes to the PPP structure and the “Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Nonprofits, and Venues Act,” which established a much-needed second round of PPP funding.

During the hourlong webinar, Butzel Long attorneys will explore the interplay with prior law and regulations related to PPP loans.
Featured presenters include:

• Butzel Long President and CEO Justin G. Klimko – He has experience in securities regulation, corporate financing, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and general corporate matters, fields in which he has practiced since 1980.

• Butzel Long Vice President Bernard J. Fuhs – He is a nationally recognized expert on non-complete and trade secret matters, having litigated and/or counseled clients on such matters in all 50 states.

• Brett J. Miller – He is the chair of Butzel Long’s Employment Practices Liability Insurance Sub-Practice, focusing on employment and labor law as well as fair housing litigation.

• Thomas A. Kabel – He is a Butzel Long shareholder practicing in the area of commercial real estate and real estate-related finance.
Registration is required. To register, visit https://mimfg.growthzoneapp.com/ap/Events/Register/nplxgwyp.

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