The federal government has kicked off its second round of the Paycheck Protection Program to distribute about $284 billion in loans to small business applicants.

And Brian H. Bieber, a shareholder at GrayRobinson in Miami who specializes in criminal and civil white-collar defense litigation, said an influx of PPP fraud litigation will likely soon enter the courtroom as trials and grand juries are starting to open up after months of coronavirus closures.

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