Legal Update

Apr 9, 2020

Webinar Recording: Administrative Developments and Guidance for Accessing Small Business Stimulus Dollars

Marcantonio W. Barnes, Partner, Seyfarth
Chuck Evans, Executive Vice President, Windsor Advantage
John Fleming, District Director of the US Small Business Administration’s Delaware District Office

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Watch Part 1: Accessing Small Business Stimulus Dollars Under the CARES Act

After the passage of the CARES Act, the Small Business Administration (SBA) and Treasury have been working to issue guidance and rules for implementation of the SBA-administered relief programs. The guidance and rules are changing and being updated on a daily basis. On April 9 we hosted a webinar to cover new administrative developments and other updates to our April 2 webinar, Accessing Small Business Stimulus Dollars Under the CARES Act. The panel offered a practical review and discussion of the changing landscape by a leading SBA program lender and Director from the US Small Business Administration, followed by Q&A.

Topics include:

  • Review of the first week of the program: How many people applied? How much money was approved? And more
  • Where is my loan? A look at the loan cycle & potential stumbling blocks
  • Eligibility and affiliation rules: Who is eligible and who determines affiliations?
  • Loan forgiveness updates
  • Economic Injury Disaster Loan and Paycheck Protection Program combinations
  • Borrower certification issues: Who is responsible for certifications? Why is this important? Plus compliance tips and best practices

This recording is eligible for CLE credit in CA, IL, NY, and NJ. Credit is pending in TX.  All other jurisdictions will be applied for as requested, but please note that not all states allow for distance learning so some states will be ineligible. To request CLE credit, fill out this form and return it to  If you have questions about jurisdictions, please email CLE credit for this recording expires on 4/8/2021.