Paycheck Protection Program Update: Flexibility, Forgiveness, and Forms

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The League of American Orchestras is presenting a webinar providing the very latest information on the loan forgiveness process for the Paycheck Protection Program, which has been a key form of relief for orchestras and musicians amidst the COVID-19 crisis.  This fourth webinar offering will build on prior League learning events, and will provide an overview of the newly-released loan forgiveness application form and instructions, the EZ loan forgiveness application and instructions, and additional guidance recently issued by the Small Business Administration and the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Please also visit our Federal Assistance web page for important background information, prior webinars, and the latest links to federal guidelines. 

Speaker: Kyle Miller, Pryor Cashman, LLP
Moderator: Heather Noonan, League of American Orchestras

Who Should Attend?

Executive directors, youth orchestra directors, trustees, finance staff, HR staff, development and fundraising staff, and anyone seeking to learn more about the federal Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness process.

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 About the Speaker

Kyle Miller, a member of Pryor Cashman’s Banking + Finance and Corporate Groups, works on numerous matters that are focused on banking, securities, and general corporate law. With experience in a wide variety of financing transactions, he represents borrowers and lenders in secured and unsecured loan transactions, public offerings and private placements of debt and equity securities.  Corporations, emerging technology companies, leading banking institutions, and underwriters appreciate Kyle’s meticulous attention to detail in their transactional matters. Conscientious and proactive, he handles banking and debt securities matters, negotiates and structures corporate finance deals, and works on cross-border mergers and acquisitions.  Whether representing JPMorgan Chase Bank in a $2.89 billion credit facility provided to one of the nation’s largest mutual fund groups or organizing construction financing for major real estate developers, Kyle ensures his clients are able to navigate the complex web of legal, commercial, and regulatory issues that companies face when entering into financing transactions.