CARES Act, PPP and FFCRA
The CARES Act and Small Business Administration Loans
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act or CARES Act provides financial support for small businesses and targeted sectors of the economy, along with direct cash payments to many Americans and enhanced resources for medical support.
Fox Rothschild has assembled a multidisciplinary team of attorneys to guide clients in securing the assistance made available through this massive new law. Our deep experience in corporate financing and lending, and specific experience in advising on Small Business Administration loans, enable us to direct clients to the smartest and most strategic options.
- NEW - Civil Settlement in PPP Loan Fraud Case Opens New Battle Lines
- NEW - SBA Controls Whether Bankruptcy Debtors May Take PPP Loans
- NEW - For Existing PPP Borrowers, Stimulus Bill Expands Forgivable Uses and Eases Tax Consequences
- NEW - Congress Enhances Significant Tax Breaks for Businesses in Consolidated Appropriations Act
- NEW - Stimulus Package Expands PPP, Simplifies Loan Forgiveness and Adds Disaster Grants
- PPP Data Dump Places Loan Forgiveness Applications Under a Microscope
- PPP Loan Fraud Enforcement 2.0: Preparing for the Next Round of Scrutiny
- SBA Sets Rules for Dealing With PPP Loans in M&A Transactions
- Will You Be Ready for a Paycheck Protection Program Audit?
- Paycheck Protection Program Open for Business – Again
- Fed Makes Changes to Main Street Loan Program to Increase Participation
- Easing Path to Loan Forgiveness, ‘Flex Act’ Modifies Paycheck Protection Program
- Federal Reserve Poised to Open Main Street Lending Program
- SBA Interim Final Rule Frames Duties of PPP Borrowers, Lenders
- SBA Issues PPP Loan Forgiveness Application and Instructions
- In Depth: Loan Forgiveness Under the Paycheck Protection Program
- IRS Expands FAQs on CARES Act Employee Retention Credit
- Federal Reserve Board Revamps Its Main Street Lending Program
The FFCRA and Paid Leave Tax Credits
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) mandates paid sick leave and family and medical leave, authorizes enhanced unemployment compensation, places new coverage requirements on group health plans and provides federal tax credits to help offset the costs.
Our experienced national team of Labor & Employment attorneys has studied the new law in detail and can provide employers with the sophisticated guidance they need to comply with the new requirements.
- Back to School With the FFCRA: What Employers Need to Know
- Federal Court Strikes Down Provisions of Department of Labor Rule on Federal Paid Leave
- IRS Issues Guidance on Tax Credits for Paid Leave Under FFCRA
- Temporary FFCRA Regulations Clarify Leave, Small Business Exemption
- Federal Law to Mandate Paid Sick Leave, Enhanced Unemployment for Workers Affected by Pandemic
- This Is How the FFCRA Paid Leave Tax Credits Work
- New FAQs on Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- Employers Must Post Notice of Employee Rights Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act: An Analysis for Employers