Through their own professional associations, more than 50 equity partners at Florida law firms took Paycheck Protection Program loans separate from the loans their firms took, a Daily Business Review analysis of Small Business Administration data on the program found.

In some instances, the loans were taken by individual partners to cover reduced monthly draws or salaries for their assistants who were employed by the partners’ professional associations rather than the firms, several sources explained.

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