Fighting the Pandemic: FH+H Client Obtains PPP Funds, Begins Contact Tracing Operations

FH+H attorneys Tom Craig and Marzia Momen helped a corporate client reacting to the coronavirus pandemic by applying for and obtaining Paycheck Protection Program funds and successfully establishing a contract to perform Covid-19 contact tracing.

The client, a technology-focused federal contractor, successfully received funds under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), a Small Business Administration program that allows certain businesses harmed by the pandemic to obtain a loan. In general, PPP funds can be used to pay many expenses, including rent, utilities, mortgages, payroll costs, and group health insurance benefit premiums, tax free, with several limitations.

The client also added a new service to its core business operations: Covid-19 contact tracing. Our attorneys drafted a Master Vendor Agreement on behalf of the client so that they could begin staffing and managing their program in support of state and local efforts to combat the pandemic.

FH+H is committed to offering guidance during this uncertain period, and we will continue to analyze new legislation and monitor developments.


Note: Case results depend on a variety of unique factors and do not guarantee or predict similar results for future cases.

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