How Small Businesses Can Navigate the Pandemic

Recorded on May 27, 2020

A webinar reviewing some current analysis and suggestions for local and small businesses navigating the COVID-19 pandemic.

Topics include

  • Payroll Protection Program, including
    • Use of the funds
    • Recordkeeping, and
    • Potential forgiveness of the loan
  • Suggested actions to take to deal with the uncertain business world
  • Insolvent customers/vendors
  • Long term planning
  • Potential cash flow conservation ideas

Navigating the Pandemic (.PDF)

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James Keeling
Jim Keeling maintains a business law practice with an emphasis on organizational and transactional matters including mergers and acquisitions and real estate. He also advises numerous individual and business clients in the areas of estate and financial planning and real estate development. In conjunction with both his business law and estate planning practices, Mr. Keeling also advises closely-held businesses and family businesses on ownership relations and succession planning issues.
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Timothy Leake
T.J. Leake concentrates his practice in the areas of business transactions and estate and financial planning. Mr. Leake has been involved in advising corporations, associations and not-for-profit corporate entities on various corporate formation matters, mergers, acquisitions and governmental issues. He also advises clients regarding estate planning and administration matters. In addition, Mr. Leake focuses his practice on advising closely held and family businesses on ownership relations and succession planning issues. He is active in the pro bono program at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, assisting various charitable organizations in all aspects of corporate matters.
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Matthew Hevrin
Matthew Hevrin is a commercial litigator and transactional business lawyer. He focuses his practice primarily in banking and all areas of debt collection, including residential and commercial foreclosures, replevins, and general collection litigation. Mr. Hevrin also has substantial experience in the representation of creditors in bankruptcy proceedings. Mr. Hevrin drafts complex loan documentation, handles residential and commercial real estate purchases and sales, represents condominium associations, and practices general corporate law. He has represented many national and state financial institutions, as well as many businesses in connection with all of their litigation, transactional and corporate needs.
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