WEBINAR: Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis: PPP CARES Act Loans – What You Need to Know About the Latest Changes, Loan Forgiveness and What’s Coming Next
July 15, 2020
The ever-changing rules around Paycheck Protection Program loans have continued to evolve. With the PPP Flexibility Act, borrowers were given more freedom and flexibility to spend the funds with the possibility of full forgiveness. If your business received funding through this federal program, you’re now probably asking what options exist for maximum forgiveness.
Lowndes attorneys Mark Heimendinger, Ferran Arimon and Nicole Cuccaro provide an overview of the latest rules regarding PPP loans and discuss what you need to know to ensure your loan is forgiven.
Getting the deal done requires flexibility, creativity, and efficiency. Clients and colleagues alike turn to Mark Heimendinger for his years of debt and equity finance experience, particularly in the commercial real estate and other asset-based arenas.
A seasoned pro who has seen the risks and iterations associated with both sides of a deal and all aspects of the capital stack, Mark understands that many contentious legal issues often mask a business concern – one that he likely has faced before. Even with the most complex and challenging negotiations, Mark is pragmatic, and focused on the client’s commercial goals.
Mark’s clients include issuers, borrowers, lenders, and underwriters. He has negotiated and executed a variety of transaction structures, including term and revolving credit facilities, public bond financings, public and private securitization transactions (including CMBS), mezzanine financing, equipment financing, 144A and Reg. D offerings, repo agreements, syndications, currency and interest rate cap and swap transactions, underwriting agreements, intercreditor agreements, joint ventures, and jurisdiction-specific non-recourse structures. Within the real estate space, Mark has covered multiple asset classes, including hotels and leisure facilities, office towers, senior living facilities, and multi-family residential buildings.
In addition to his Florida practice, Mark has years of both domestic and overseas “AmLaw 100” experience and has completed numerous cross-border transactions, mostly in the Asia Pacific region and in Europe.
Ferran Arimon focuses his legal practice on corporate and securities law, mergers and acquisitions and tax law.
A member of the firm’s Corporate Group, Ferran works with clients to structure financing transactions in compliance with federal and state securities laws and represents both public and private companies in mergers, acquisitions, capital raising, and corporate governance matters. Additionally, he counsels clients on a broad range of tax issues and business planning issues from entity selection and formation to dissolutions.
Nicole Cuccaro focuses her practice on real estate transactions, real estate development and commercial leasing.
Nicole's practice includes the acquisition, disposition, leasing and financing of commercial real estate in the retail and hospitality industries. Before she began her career in real estate law, her practice was focused on commercial and corporate litigation where she regularly represented lenders and business entities.