Clark Hill Attorneys Linda Watson and Shannon Deeby published in Michigan Manufacturers Association online magazine
Clark Hill attorneys Linda Watson and Shannon Deeby were recently published in Michigan Manufacturers Association online magazine, MiMfg. The article, “Short Term Business Strategies for Manufacturers,” discusses the toll that COVID-19 has taken on manufacturers, causing significant business disruption.
“When managing cash, manufacturers faced with the prospect of laying off employees (or even if layoffs have already occurred) should carefully consider whether the new legislation offering tax credits or SBA loans is a better option.”
To read the full article, please click here.
Watson is Co-chair of Clark Hill’s Automotive & Manufacturing group and is based in the firm’s Birmingham, Michigan office. Watson’s practice covers all areas of business and commercial litigation, including supply chain matters, contract actions, employment claims, and more.
Deeby is a Senior Attorney in Clark Hill’s Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy group, based in the firm’s Birmingham, Michigan office. Deeby focuses her practice on corporate and public-sector reorganization, creditors’ rights, and commercial and bankruptcy-related litigation.
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