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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act - How To Manuals - Volume II (Tax Relief)

Construction Transactions   |   April 28, 2009
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West Palm Beach Shareholder Thomas A. Dye recently attended a meeting between the Board of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and U.S. Congressman Ron Klein, Fl. (D) to discuss implementation of The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Congressman Klein's office prepared two How-To Manuals for assisting municipal and county governments, private businesses and individuals apply for grants and tax relief under this recently enacted stimulus package. Congressman Klein encouraged the distribution and use of the manuals by all who might be able to make use of its provisions to assist with creation of jobs and revitalization of the American economy. 


Carlton Fields formed an Economic Recovery Task Force in an effort to help our clients understand how the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 (“EESA”) will impact their businesses, navigate the pitfalls of the financial marketplace, and identify opportunities. The Task Force is comprised of a multi-disciplinary team of experienced attorneys and government consultants from across the firm’s offices who are closely following and analyzing developments relating to the current financial crisis.

The Economic Recovery Task Force assists clients in analyzing the potential impact and ramifications of EESA, and identifying the issues and opportunities facing them during this uncertain time. Our experienced attorneys provide sound, business-focused advice on all types of legal issues potentially resulting from the current financial crisis, include legislation, acquisitions, lending, bankruptcies, and litigation.


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