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This program was recorded on November 18, 2020
With the passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), the federal government created huge incentives for companies to apply for economic stimulus funding and grants to alleviate the devastating economic impacts from the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. With over $3 trillion in government aid being disbursed, business owners are struggling to comply with ever-changing (and sometimes conflicting) government regulations and guidance regarding the proper use of stimulus funds.
Justin Anderson is an associate in the Firm’s Litigation Group. His practice includes general commercial litigation, real estate litigation, white collar litigation, and ADA litigation. Justin has represented clients in a variety of cases, including leasing disputes, contract disputes, government investigations, and ADA website accessibility matters.Justin has been involved in multiple aspects of litigation, including pre-lawsuit investigations, conducting discovery, performing legal research, and drafting pleadings.
Remi T. Salter
Remi Salter is an associate in the Firm’s Litigation Group. Her practice focuses on general commercial litigation, corporate defense and investigation matters, and intellectual property litigation. Remi has represented clients in a variety of industries and cases, including contract disputes, construction defect disputes, trademarks, patents, and probate and trust matters. She has been involved in all aspects of litigation, including pre-lawsuit investigations, conducting discovery, drafting pleadings and motions, conducting depositions, and preparing for trial. Remi also has experience in ex parte and inter partes proceedings before the USPTO Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
Seena Max Samimi
Seena Max Samimi is an associate in the Government, Land Use, Environmental and Energy practice, focusing on assisting clients in successfully navigating complex regulatory, zoning, and environmental issues. He is uniquely positioned to support clients with their development projects, and with litigation, due to his extensive experience throughout his career as 1) outside-firm counsel for public entities such as cities and counties, 2) in-house counsel for an international construction company, and 3) litigation and environmental counsel in the large firm setting, representing major private commercial enterprises.
Vince Farhat is a partner in JMBM’s Los Angeles office and chair of the White Collar Defense and Investigations practice. Vince has extensive jury trial experience and focuses his practice on representing companies and individuals in criminal and civil investigations and prosecutions by government enforcement agencies, as well as complex federal litigation. He also advises companies in connection with complex and sensitive internal investigations.
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- Overview of CARES Act stimulus programs for businesses, including the latest news on PPP loan forgiveness.
- Current updates on new Congressional stimulus legislation and Presidential executive orders.
- Trends in anti-fraud enforcement by federal and state law enforcement agencies.
- How companies receiving federal aid should position themselves to demonstrate compliance and manage enforcement and litigation risk.