Paying the Piper: PPP and Related COVID, CARES ACT and AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN: A 2021 Retrospective of Enforcement activity

01 Dec , 2021

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This presentation will provide a retrospective assessment of the CARES Act legislation and related regulatory measures promulgated by key federal agencies to implement this landmark law. It will provide needed assistance to businesses and individuals affected by the safety measures imposed to protect the public from the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the issues to be discussed are the types of enforcement actions that have been brought, civil and criminal, and the forecast for continued enforcement risks moving forward.

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