COVID-19: Tom Dunn, Suzanne King, and Mary-Laura Greely AGC Webinar Participants: Navigating Unemployment Options and Maximizing PPP Loan Forgiveness
As part of its “Building Endurance” series, this webinar, hosted by the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts, will feature a discussion on when and how to use paid leave, furloughs, layoffs, and Paycheck Protection Program loan proceeds to protect construction businesses and the interests of company employees.
The panel will address key questions, including:
- What policies to maintain for employees with school-age children, now that Massachusetts schools are closed for the rest of the school year
- What if there is work available but employees prefer to collect unemployment
- How tax credits for the paid leave programs are going to work
- How to maximize loan forgiveness
- How to maintain and protect the required paper train to maximize PPP loan forgiveness in the future
- … and more
Please visit AGC Massachusetts for more information and registration instructions.
Tom Dunn is Chair of Pierce Atwood’s Construction Practice Group. Tom represents contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, owners, and other participants of the construction industry on public and private construction projects in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Tom is also the editor of the AGC MA’s publication, Building Best Practices.
Suzanne King is a partner in Pierce Atwood’s Employment Practice Group. Suzanne counsels employers in various industries on a wide range of employment practices, including: hiring, managing employee performance and discipline, terminations, reductions in force, complaints about sexual and other harassment, reasonable accommodations under the ADA, leave under the FMLA and various state laws, wage and hour practices, including employee classification issues and pay equity, and data privacy and security.
Mary-Laura Greely is partner in Pierce Atwood’s Business Practice Group. She has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions involving private and public companies, private equity, venture capital, and general corporate representation. She advises companies on strategic acquisitions and dispositions, equity structures, debt and equity financings, management buy-outs, corporate governance and succession planning, employment, intellectual property protection, and licensing arrangements. Her clients represent a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, information technology, construction, health care, medical device, financial services, retail and consumer products.