Armed with news clippings and press releases, small business owners and entrepreneurs are financially and emotionally drained, and are ready to take advantage of the U.S. government's promises of fiscal assistance. But corporate lawyers need to be ready to separate the facts from the feel-good messages and to objectively advise clients regarding the positive and negative implications of the U.S. government's Financial Stability Plan, says attorney Amy E. D'Agostino.
Advising Small Businesses on Obama's Stimulus Package
Special to Law.com
July 29, 2009
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