Join Miller Nash Graham and Dunn attorneys Amy Robinson and Nicoleas Mayne to talk about the current COVID-related cost recovery options for businesses, including the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans and Families First Coronavirus Response Act paid leave tax credits. For some helpful information in advance, see their chart on this topic. This is intended to be an interactive roundtable discussion to discuss how they are working practice, common concerns that may be emerging, and upcoming guidance to watch for. If you have questions in advance you’d like to submit, please send them to email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you there!
Amy Robinson, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, represents public and private employers throughout Washington and Oregon in a broad range of workplace-related issues. She skillfully handles matters for clients regarding wage-and-hour, leave laws, disability and accommodation, and complaints related to discrimination, retaliation, and harassment. Amy is adept at guiding employers through policy and handbook creation, crafting employment contracts, and various other agreements.
Nic Mayne, an attorney with Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, focuses on reviewing, drafting, and negotiating a wide variety of contracts, including service agreements, sponsorship and endorsement agreements, distribution agreements, asset purchase and sale agreements, IP licenses and assignments, and early-stage agreements for corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and joint ventures. Nic also works with business owners and executives on choice-of-entity and formation agreements, and assists established clients throughout the M&A process with merger, employment, nondisclosure, and other related agreements.