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The Paycheck Protection Program was meant to be a short-term boost to help sustain businesses and workers through the immediate uncertainty of the coronavirus crisis. But nearly five months after it first washed over the United States, the pandemic shows no signs of ending soon, and midsize law firms are still looking at a murky future.

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Ben Seal

Ben Seal is managing editor of The American Lawyer. He joined the magazine in February 2018, and previously spent five years working for The Legal Intelligencer, editing the paper's magazines and supplements and reporting on Pennsylvania's state courts, legislature and Attorney General's Office. Contact him at [email protected] or @BSealTAL.

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