Lobbying Affiliate: MML&K Government Solutions
{ Banner Image }

Corporate Law Blog

Keeping Business "Open for Business."

Contact Us

* Indicates a required field.

McBrayer Blogs

An ADA Compliant Website Has Never Been More Important

Now, more than ever, a business’s website is its storefront. This was the emerging trend even before the public health and safety of our country required Americans to stay home. And shop from home. And conduct business from home. More >

Payroll Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Applications Now Available

The United States Small Business Administration (SBA) has made the applications for Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness available on their website.

Businesses who obtained PPP loans as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act are eligible to have those loans forgiven in full if used within an eight-week period for a specific set of payroll and business needs. More >

Additional Guidance Provided for PPP Loans as Policing of Funds Begins

The Payroll Protection Program (PPP), established as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, extended a lifeline to businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic by making more than $650 billion dollars in loans available along with the opportunity for full loan forgiveness if certain criteria are met. This amount of money, however, brings an increased likelihood for scrutiny from the Federal government. More >

Congress approves extension for PPP and EIDL programs

After the initial funding for the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program (EIDL) were exhausted, Congress acted last week to extend those benefits to help businesses navigate the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. These programs have been a much-needed boost for businesses. More >

New Program Provides Relief for Mid-Size Businesses (and Small Businesses, too!)

Posted In CARES Act, Corporate

With the expansion of Small Business Administration loans available under the CARES Act – the Paycheck Protection Program and expanded EIDL program – many small business owners sought and found much-needed relief, but mid-size businesses were excluded from these programs by virtue of their size. The Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department have now revised the Main Street Lending Program, which includes mid-size employers. This program is effective immediately and runs through September 30th, providing up to $600 billion in loans. We’ve summarized the key points, available below: More >

The CARES Act – What You Need to Know about Relief Now Available for Businesses

With the passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, businesses received a dose of much-needed relief in the form of tax payment deferrals and loan programs. In this post, we’ll take a look at both the previously established EIDL Program and the Paycheck Protection Program. More >

Businesses – Loans and Tax Relief for the COVID-19 Crisis Are Available

After the passage of the CARES Act stimulus package, there are more than a few current items of relief available to businesses impacted by the crisis, outlined below. More >

Force Majeure, Contracts and Coronavirus

The threat posed by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has led to nonperformance of contracts on a large scale as closures, shortages, supply chain issues, defensive action and other problems disrupt the status quo. It’s an important time for businesses to review contracts and obligations of both parties to learn whether force majeure applies to performance. More >

Kentucky Supreme Court -- Liability Waivers for Minors are Not Enforceable by Trampoline Park

If you’ve ever taken your kids to a jump-house or indoor trampoline park, chances are you’ve seen the waiver – it’s a release of liability against the business owner for any and all claims that could arise from your child using the facility. It’s also this release of liability that gives such places the license to exist, in many cases; it’s an acknowledgement that you, as a parent, understand the risks inherent in the activity, but if you do not sign the waiver, then your child cannot participate. More >

Why Choose a Business Entity?

As attorneys, we talk a lot about the considerations that go into choosing a business entity for your business, but what may not always be clear are the reasons for choosing to organize or incorporate your business in the first place. After all, you don’t need* to organize or incorporate your business at all! That’s right – it is possible to be in business without choosing to structure your business as one entity or another, but even that is a choice, and it’s called a “sole proprietorship.” So, if you’re already set up as a sole proprietorship just by existing and operating a business, why choose another form? While there are plenty of reasons to do so, one stands head and shoulders above the rest: More >

Lexington, KYLouisville, KYFrankfort, KY: MML&K Government SolutionsWashington, D.C.