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A guideline for small businesses and lenders on use of funds, and calculating, documenting, and applying for the amount of loan forgiveness for Paycheck Protection Program Loans (“PPP Loans”)

PPP Loans can be forgiven in whole or in part.  The actual amount of loan forgiveness can be up to the full principal amount of the loan and any accrued interest.  PPP Loan proceeds used during the eight‑week covered period can be forgiven, if : PPP Loan proceeds are spent on forgivable payroll costs and forgivable  non‑payroll […]

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A general guideline for small businesses & lenders on calculating, documenting, and applying for the amount of loan forgiveness for PPP Loans

PPP Loans can be forgiven in whole or in part. The actual amount of loan forgiveness can be up to the full principal amount of the loan and any accrued interest. PPP Loan proceeds used to actually pay certain permissible payroll costs and non-payroll costs during the eight-week covered period can be forgiven, if: PPP […]

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Filing for Bankruptcy During a Pandemic: Which Type is Right for My Small Business?

As COVID-19 cases continue to skyrocket, businesses’ savings are plummeting. More than six million people have filed for unemployment to date, and big-name industries like petroleum miners and internet providers are beginning to file for bankruptcy. While some small businesses are being offered special loans and deals, it’s safe to say that COVID-19 is putting […]

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What Pennsylvania Employers & Employees Need to Know About Unemployment Compensation

On March 27, 2020, the House passed the third and largest stimulus package, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or the CARES Act, to help large and small businesses, individuals, and families better cope financially with the rapid and relentless ravage that the COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed on the U.S. economy. Among the provisions, this […]

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How To Avoid Unemployment/Workers’ Compensation Claims From Independent Contractors

The unemployment compensation and Workers’ compensation lawyers at Marsh Law recognize that independent contractors make up a huge portion of the workforce these days, and with good reason. An independent contractor relationship can often benefit both the business and the contractors themselves. While independent contractors are given relative freedom over managing their own schedules, businesses […]

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What to Do If You’ve Been in a Car Accident | Do’s & Don’t’s When in an Automobile Accident

Over six million automobile accidents happen every year within the United States. While most drivers may feel that getting into a car accident won’t happen to them, they are accidents and they can still happen, no matter the precautions taken. Experiencing an automobile accident can be scary and alarming, and in Pennsylvania specifically, you have […]

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Marsh Law Firm Welcomes Partner

The law firm of Marsh Law is pleased to welcome to our firm GARY V. SKIBA, ESQ. Gary V. Skiba has joined our firm as a partner after practicing for over 45 years in Northwestern Pennsylvania. Attorney Skiba has concentrated in the area of bankruptcy and commercial law and has a general practice. He earned […]

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Marsh Law Firm Congratulates Charles “Chuck” Agresti on Receiving Chancellor of the Bar Award

On May 9, 2019, at the Erie County Bar Association’s Law Day celebration, Attorney Charles D. Agresti received the Chancellor of the Bar Award.  The Bar Association honors those attorneys who have shown the highest standards of ethics and integrity and honors their long-standing commitment and contributions to the practice of law. Charles Agresti has […]

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Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice, simply put, occurs when your medical provider deviates from the standard of care that was required under the circumstances and that failure causes injury. The standard of care required of a physician means having the same knowledge and skill and using the same care normally used in the medical profession under similar circumstances. […]

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