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Keeping Your Business Afloat During COVID-19?

  • By  Scott D. Calhoun
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  • June 23, 2020

As if the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t stressful enough, business owners now have to navigate a minefield of financial challenges to keep their companies afloat. Don’t go it alone! Ironstone CEO Andrea Lopez-Schlapia sits down with Atlanta attorney Scott D. Calhoun to review the facts and tax impacts of federal assistance currently available. From PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) loans to SBA (Small Business Association) options, don’t miss this free webinar on the CARES Act & more.

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Author Bio

Scott serves as Ironstone’s legal counsel and has more than 25 years’ experience in corporate law. He has a broad base of experience in the formation and structuring of all types of business entities and non-profit organizations as well as in mergers and acquisitions. Scott advises clients on a full range of business matters, including business entity formation, securities offerings, trademark registration and related agreements, lease negotiations, stock or asset acquisitions, employment agreements, partnership agreements, franchise agreements and related issues, secured lending or other financial transactions, shareholder agreements, and LLC operating agreements. Mr. Calhoun also has significant experience with estate planning, wills and trust drafting, and estate administration. Mr. Calhoun has served as general corporate counsel for a large number of small and medium size businesses. As corporate counsel, he advises clients on the full range of business legal matters described above, and he also consults on general business issues faced by those clients. His counsel also includes planning and implementation advice concerning asset protection and business succession issues, which often entails proper use of trusts and other planning vehicles. In the broader area of estate planning, Scott has significant experience with estate tax matters, drafting of wills, life insurance trusts, and other estate planning documents, and estate administration.