Attorneys in a Texas firm took on an administrative appeal at the Small Business Administration and obtained a $10 million forgiveness of a Paycheck Protection Program loan for a California-based client.

This type of SBA loan was created at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic to help companies keep staff on payroll and was intended to be forgiven if borrowers complied with the staffing requirements.

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