More than a dozen law firms in California received between $5 million to $10 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans, according to newly released data from the Small Business Administration and Treasury Department.

The disclosure shows that more than 300 California law firms benefited from the stimulus program offered to small businesses in response to the economic strife caused by the coronavirus pandemic. At least 14 law firms received up to $10 million in PPP funds.

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