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  • By Carmen Calzacorta , Omar Contreras , David Ebel , Mark Long , Savannah Wolfe , Dan Eller , Christopher Slottee , Craig Russillo , Charmin Shiely , Kenneth Katzaroff , and Russel Robertson ... more

  • By Anna Nagornaia of Wendel Rosen LLP Published November 12, 2020 Quick Recap:  100% of the PPP loans (principal and interest) are eligible to be forgiven, so long as borrowers used the money to ... more

  • By Marissa Pepe Turrell and Daniel McPadden of Marcum LLP Published November 2, 2020 Many construction companies have been able to weather the economic shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic, ... more

  • By Jacob W. Scott and Erik M. Coon of Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP Published on November 11, 2020 After months of ambiguous and constantly-shifting guidance, the Small Business Administration ... more

  • By Joe Bailey , Kevin R. Feldis , Teri A. Lindquist , Andy Smetana , and Alexander O. Canizares of Perkins Coie LLP Published November 4, 2020 Over the course of the last week, the Small Business ... more

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  • By Rick Krueger of CliftonLarsonAllen Published November 3, 2020 Last week, the Small Business Administration (SBA) issued a notice related to two new forms developed to collect information for determining ... more

  • By David Tupper , Richard Bell , Tom Wagner and Mackenzie Comand (Articling Student) of Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP Published November 3, 2020 The Government of Alberta recently introduced ... more

  • By Sarah Auchterlonie , Gregory W. Berger , Gregory A. Brower , Alissa H. Gardenswartz , Reese Goldsmith , Harold Hancock , Mitchell J. Langberg , Sarah M. Mercer , Mark L. Pryor , and Russell ... more

  • Demystifying construction contract surety bonds and protecting your projects from unforeseen circumstances Contract surety bonds provide essential protection for key parties involved in a construction ... more

  • By Luke C. Tompkins of Ward and Smith, P.A. Published October 23, 2020 Liquidated damages are a sum specified in a contract as the measure of recovery in the event of a breach of the contract. ... more

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