How much of the HHS Emergency Relief money and the Small Business Association’s (SBA) PPP loan you get to keep depends on your ability to comply with their reporting requirements.
This sounds easy enough, but the rules are changing rapidly, and the money at risk is significant. You really can’t afford to make a mistake. The good news is you don’t have to tackle this alone.
During these online trainings, healthcare attorneys, Kristyn DeFilipp, Daphne Kackloudis and Ashley Watson, will walk you through the complications of complying with both funding sources. Ultimately, these two online trainings will help you ethically keep as much of the funding as possible (versus being required to send it back to the government).
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PART 1: Avoid Losing COVID-19 Provider Emergency Relief Fund Payments
Available immediately on-demand on CD
The emergency provider relief money you received from HHS may provide you with financial relief from the COVID-19 shutdown, but you should know it comes with some very real strings attached.
The problem is, in the rush to distribute the funds the government did not clarify the requirements. So, even if you did take the time to read through everything you received, you may not have realized what you were agreeing to. So, now that you’ve accepted the money, how can you protect yourself and your practice from the repercussions of noncompliance with rules you may not even have been aware of?
During this 60-minute online training, healthcare attorney, Kristyn DeFilipp, Esq., will walk you through EXACTLY what you are required to do to keep the emergency relief money you’ve received.
PART 2: Adhere to Strict PPP Loan Rules & Keep 100% of COVID-19 Funding
Available immediately on-demand on CD
Whether you qualify to keep all of the COVID-19 Payroll Protection Program (PPP) funds you’ve received from the Small Business Administration (SBA) or are required to pay it back with interest is up to you The actions you take in the next 60 days will determine whether your practice has to PAY BACK the money as a loan with interest, instead of being allowed to keep it as a non-repayable-grant.
This is where healthcare attorneys, Daphne L. Kackloudis, Esq. and Ashley B. Watson, Esq., can help you and your practice. During their 60-minute online training, Daphne and Ashley will cut through conflicting PPP rules and tell you how to get your grant approved.
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Kristyn DeFilipp’s litigation practice focuses on healthcare adjacent disputes, complex commercial litigation, and labor and employment issues.
Kristyn’s experience is wide-ranging, and includes matters before state and federal courts, administrative agencies, and arbitrators. Kristyn focuses on strategic and cost-effective solutions for business disputes, and enjoys working closely with clients to determine the best course of action to achieve their goals. She counsels clients in every phase of litigation, from pre-dispute discussions to mediation, through trials, arbitrations and appeals. Kristyn has significant trial experience in state and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies.
Kristyn litigates complex matters including disputes related to: healthcare regulation and reimbursement; commercial contracts and licensing; trade secrets and non-competition agreements; compliance with FDA quality system regulations and current good manufacturing practices; closely held corporations; products liability and mergers and acquisitions. She regularly advises clients in the life sciences, high tech and healthcare industries, including multi-national corporations, early stage companies, health care providers and trade associations, as well as clients in the education sector.
Kristyn also advises and represents corporations in all aspects of labor and employment law. Kristyn is experienced in defending clients against discrimination, harassment, and wage and hour lawsuits. She has experience in labor arbitrations involving unions, including disputes involving just cause termination and organizing campaigns. In addition, Kristyn provides advice to clients on all employment-related topics.
Kristyn plays an active role in internal firm matters. She co-chairs the firm’s Women’s Forum, and sits on the firm’s Hiring Committee and Working Group on Associate Development and Retention. She is also active in the firm’s pro bono program. Her pro bono practice is varied, and includes litigating issues related to civil rights, such as fair housing, restraining orders for protection against abuse for victims of domestic violence; special education matters; immigration matters; and claims for veterans benefits. Kristyn previously served as a Special Assistant District Attorney for Norfolk County, where she represented the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in all stages of criminal prosecutions, including bench and jury trials.
Kristyn is passionate about the advancement of women in the workplace. In addition to her role as Women’s Forum co-chair, she participates in the firm’s Women’s Mentoring Circles. Outside of the office, she serves as a Commissioner on the Melrose Commission on Women.
Daphne heads the BMD Columbus office’s health care practice. One of her areas of practice is the nexus between traditional health care legal services and health care public policy. Daphne regularly advises health care clients, including providers and provider trade associations, regarding business and practice strategies impacted by federal and state health care reform initiatives, as well as service delivery and payment reform. She also advises clients regarding reimbursement, policy, and coverage matters. Additionally, Daphne has in-depth knowledge of Medicaid, behavioral health, and child welfare policy.
Prior to joining Brennan, Manna & Diamond, Daphne served as Senior Advisor for a health care consulting company; held policy positions in the Ohio Department of Medicaid, including leading Ohio Medicaid’s interaction with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and overseeing various components of Ohio Medicaid policy. She also served as director of state and local government relations for Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, OH. Daphne graduated cum laude from Capital University Law School and Indiana University, and is licensed to practice law in Ohio.
Ashley is an associate in BMD’s Columbus office whose practice focuses primarily on Healthcare and Hospital law. Ashley graduated from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in 2017 and also has her Master’s in Art History and Museum Studies from Case Western Reserve University.