Navigating the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act)

April 1, 2020

Melissa Pallett-Vasquez, Mildred Gomez, Jose Sariego, Sara Herald and Jeffery Snyder discuss the business provisions of the largest U.S government financial relief package in history during an ACC and Bilzin Sumberg LIVE Webinar. Speakers discuss the practical ways the CARES Act may be relevant to certain businesses. More specifically, speakers will explore loans, advances, and other financial assistance to small businesses (500 employees or less), loans, loan guarantees and investments in mid-size and larger business, forbearance provisions that may affect your business and tax relief for businesses.

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Mildred Gomez
Jose Sariego
Jeffrey I. Snyder
General Counsel, Head of Bankruptcy, CMBS Litigation and Workouts
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