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Corey Gray, left, and Vanessa Tussey, right, associates with Boies Schiller Flexner in Fort Lauderdale. Corey Gray, left, and Vanessa Tussey, right, associates with Boies Schiller Flexner in Fort Lauderdale.

Before the coronavirus pandemic struck in March, many Florida small businesses had high hopes for a fruitful year. But like a storm cloud, COVID-19 enveloped the business community, grinding small businesses across the state to a halt. Facing the dire prospect of closing for good, many small businesses and not-for-profit organizations eagerly awaited emergency state and federal funding. Yet, as funding became available, small businesses faced a daunting new challenge—navigating the application process.

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