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Webinar - Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) - by KPPB Law
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Join SABA North America and KPPB Law for a discussion on how to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program. General Overview – Banks, process, how its working Who can apply? How to calculate the loan amount? What can be forgiven? What happens to the balance? Q&A

4/10/2020
When: 04/10/2020
1:00 PM EST
Where: Zoom Webinar
Presenter: KPPB Law

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Webinar - Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) - by KPPB Law

Join Sonjui Kumar and Kirtan Patel of KPPB Law for a webinar covering PPP. https://www.kppblaw.com/about-us/

KPPB LAW helps clients navigate the life cycle of business challenges. We are a full-service, mid-size law firm with attorneys experienced in handling the issues that companies face. We have a diverse legal team with deep roots in South Asian and other immigrant communities.

  • General Overview – Banks, process, how its working
  • Who can apply?
  • How to calculate the loan amount?
  • What can be forgiven?
  • What happens to the balance?
  • Q&A

Speaker:

Kirtan Patel, Partner, KPPB Law, Atlanta, Georgia

Kirtan Patel is a founding partner of KPPB Law. He is a commercial real estate and finance lawyer, who  counsels clients on various complex real estate finance matters, such as CMBS financing; mezzanine financing; private equity investments; fund formation; conventional and government guaranteed financing; as well as restructuring and workouts of loans. Kirtan advises clients on U.S. inbound international investments; as well as drafts and negotiates joint-venture agreements among U.S. companies doing business internationally.

 

Speaker:

Sonjui L. Kumar, Partner, KPPB Law, Atlanta GA

Sonjui L. Kumar is a founding partner of KPPB Law, a minority owned and certified law firm, established in Atlanta, Georgia in 2003, with offices in Houston, Virginia and New York. Ms. Kumar is a corporate transactional lawyer with over three decades of experience representing companies from formation to exit. She primarily acts as general counsel to domestic and foreign manufacturing, technology, real-estate and service companies shepherding them through mergers, acquisitions, governance,  employment, contractual and other ongoing matters. She focuses primarily on companies that have cross-border operations, representing many Indian companies doing business in the United States, and U.S. companies doing business in India.