SBA Emergency Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), Paycheck Protection Loans, and the CARES Act

The CARES Act, passed by the House on March 27, 2020, contains modifications to the SBA Emergency Injury Disaster Loan program.  HunterMaclean partners Louann Bronstein and Rob McGuirk have prepared a reference to compare Paycheck Protection Loans to the EIDLs.

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14 Cybersecurity Clauses to Know for Healthcare Technology Contracts

While we are now seeing more security-related provisions in healthcare IT agreements than we once did, most vendor form agreements still lack necessary provisions that customers should require. Diana McKenzie and Nicole Pope discuss this problem further in their article for Law.com.

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Top Ten Tips for a Successful Mediation

In this article for Savannah Morning News, litigator Christopher H. Smith offers advice on how to navigate a mediation successfully.

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Healthcare Hacks

Diana J.P. McKenzie discusses the cybersecurity challenges facing hospitals today in this article by Kenna Simmons, published in the December 2019 issue of Georgia Trend.

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Quantum Survey 2017-2019: Survey of Admiralty Personal Injury and Death Awards, Collisions, and Forum Selection Clauses

D. Scott Crawford served as co-editor. Published in Volume 43 of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal in 2019.

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In the Zone? The MPC seeks to streamline development review with NewZO

By Joshua S. Yellin, published in the Spring 2019 issue of Beacon magazine, a quarterly publication by the Savannah Morning News.

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Inextricably Intertwined: The Yin and Yang of the New York Convention, FAA, and Non-Signatory Third Parties

By D. Scott Crawford, published in Volume 43 of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal in 2018.

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Avoiding Potential OSHA Pitfalls in Savannah’s Growing Industrial Economy

Attorney Pete Rowland offers business owners some advice on how to stay compliant with OSHA regulations in his article for Business in Savannah.

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What is LIBOR and why does its phase-out matter?

The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), sometimes referred to as the Eurodollar rate in loan documents, is being phased out. Attorney Rebecca Clarkson explains in more detail in her article for Business in Savannah.

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GDPR: What U.S. Companies Need to Know

Think you don’t need to comply with the new European Union General Data Protection Regulations now in effect? Think again. Diana McKenzie and Nicole Pope explain how the new GDPR rules could seriously impact U.S. businesses in this article for Savannah Morning News.

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