Businesses were down to the wire deciding whether or not they should return loans from the embattled Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program. But in the eleventh hour on Wednesday, new guidance from the SBA should calm some businesses' fears over future liability or legal consequences even if they didn't need the loans. Derek Cohen, a partner in Goodwin’s White Collar Defense practice, discusses how enforcement mechanisms would look like. Read the article in Fortune here.
In The Press May 14, 2020