Attorney Grant Killoran, a shareholder in O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing’s Litigation Practice Group, recently co-presented a speech entitled “The Tenth Amendment: The Sword and the Shield of the States” at the 14th Annual State Bar of Texas Bill of Rights: Cutting Edge Controversies in Constitutional Law Conference. Grant co-authored an article on this […]

Attorney Jim DeJong will be featured on Money Sense presented by Ellenbecker Investment Group on WISN AM 1130. On the show, Jim provides an overview of the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the M&A market. He discusses what a business owner planning to sell a business should be doing now to prepare the business to attract qualified […]

Many closely held businesses involve family members. The owner of such a business may wish to sell the business to some third party on or prior to death, or, more likely, may desire to transfer the business to the owner’s children. Although some business owners may believe little or no planning is required for this […]

Do you want to leave your children with an inheritance, but are worried about creditors taking part of that inheritance? If so, you are not alone. Fortunately, a properly established protective trust can help safeguard the money you leave behind for your children from their creditors, including in a divorce. Creditors can more easily reach […]

On Friday, the SBA published its Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Application, which includes instructions for completing the application.  The application can be found here.  Of note, the application contains further information with respect to the timing of paying and incurring payroll costs as that relates to calculating the amount eligible for forgiveness.  Additionally, the […]

This morning, the SBA issued much anticipated additional guidance with respect to the Paycheck Protection Program’s repayment safe harbor.  The new guidance provides significant clarity with respect to how the SBA will evaluate whether a borrower made the following certification in good faith when submitting its loan application: “Current economic uncertainty makes this loan request […]

Attorney Joseph Gumina, chair of O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C.’s labor and employment law group, was recently featured in the Super Lawyers article “Can I Lay Off My Furloughed Employees?”. In the article, Gumina shares advice regarding legal considerations employers need to be aware of when considering laying off furloughed employees during these […]

The Small Business Administration has given borrowers another week to decide whether to repay loans under the Paycheck Protection Program without the risk of penalties. On Tuesday night, the SBA extended the safe harbor for repaying PPP loans from May 7 to May 14. In addition, the SBA indicated that it would provide before May […]

Yesterday, the IRS released guidance in Notice 2020-32 stating that expenses related to forgivable loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PP) will not be tax-deductible. Under the PPP, a program created by the CARES Act to provide coronavirus relief, small businesses can receive forgivable loans of up to $10 million as long as the loan […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: $310 Billion Added to Paycheck Protection Program and $10 Billion Added to Emergency EIDL Grant Don’t Waive Goodbye to Your Construction Lien Rights What Happens if My Business Can’t Perform Its Contract Due to the Coronavirus? Estate and Tax Planning During Market Tumult and Low Interest Rates President Signs Families First Coronavirus […]

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