SBA Issues New Clarification Regarding PPP Loans

[NOTE: Effective May 14, SBA further extended the safe-harbor payment deadline to Monday, May 18th] As you know if you read our May 5th blog post regarding the economic uncertainty certification in your PPP loan application, there has been a lot of call for clarification concerning how the SBA will review the borrower’s certifications.  The […]

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How is Your Operating Agreement Operating?

Chances are you haven’t looked at it in a while, which is a good thing because you are likely busy running your business.  But, if you haven’t looked at your operating agreement since before January 1, 2018, it’s probably a good time to dust it off. How do changes to audits and tax collection impact […]

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Cahooting in the First Degree: Antitrust Law Applies to Small & Mid-Size Businesses Too

“..cahoots being a legal term in Wyoming, see cahooting in the first degree, intent to cahoot, and so on.” ― Craig Johnson, Death Without Company Allegations that Google and other giants have become monopolies, and the blocking of mega-mergers between companies as large as Anthem and Cigna, occasionally thrust anti-trust law into the mainstream media.  […]

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Get to Know Us: Angela Rust

Where do you live? Oshkosh Where are you from? Kaukauna My legal practice… Helps physicians and other health care providers and the companies they own.  My work involves contract drafting and review, analysis of regulations like HIPAA, Stark, and the Anti-Kickback Statute, and working with my clients to make sure they have proactive legal strategies […]

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Get to Know Us: Jon Fischer

Where do you live? Appleton, WI Where are you from? Appleton, WI My legal practice… I represent families in elder law and estate planning matters. I also represent buyers and sellers in real estate transactions and with business formations. My family…. I live in Appleton with my wife Jennifer and yellow lab Emmy. What is […]

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