Is the CARES Act Caring Enough?

Banking, Commercial, and Consumer Finance   |   Construction   |   Development   |   Government Contracts   |   Government Law & Consulting   |   Real Estate   |   June 24, 2020

For the summer 2020 meeting of our Community & Development series, leaders in the banking, accounting, and legal industries discussed the initial impact of the CARES Act and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the challenges and concerns associated with its implementation, and the future of potential stimulus programs.

We were joined by Melissa Henry, director at CBIZ MHM LLC; Owen LaFave, Pinellas County market president at Bank of Tampa; and Ken Tinkler, shareholder and government law specialist at Carlton Fields; and moderated by Scott Pence, shareholder at Carlton Fields.

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