PPP Stress: Our Founder’s Revelation

I recently had an epiphany about PPP loan forgiveness, thanks to a wise G & G Law attorney, Rebecca Lyon. For weeks, she was gently explaining to me that I didn’t need to stress about loan forgiveness quite so much. Global Pandemic Brain (anyone else experiencing this?) combined with cobbler’s children syndrome prevented me from understanding how the PPP [...]

Women’s History Highlight: Shohreh Davoodi

By Rebecca Lyon It took me forever to start writing this. I was really never meant to be a writer, and I’ll be honest, that made me drag my feet on starting this post. One evening, after a particularly grueling work day, I was decompressing with Baby Yoda memes and adorable pet photos when a post came on my [...]

2020-06-03T12:16:51-05:00March 27th, 2020|Business Entity Selection/Formation, Our Firm|

Women’s History Highlight: Taylor Swift

By: Katie Rinkus   For our fourth Women’s History Spotlight, we’re turning to the one, the only, Miss Americana herself: Taylor Swift. Love her or hate her (I love her, obviously), Taylor is one of the most influential musicians and songwriters of our generation. In addition to her musical gifts, Swift has also proven herself a savvy and thoughtful [...]

COVID-19 Resources for Chicago Businesses

Disclaimer: We are not experts in health or policy and make no guarantees as to the accuracy or timeliness of the details on this page. This page is for informational purposes only. See our full COVID-19 disclaimer for more. If your business has hit trouble because of the pandemic and you need guidance, the attorneys at G & G [...]

Women’s History Highlight: Barbara Corcoran

By Chase Stewart   Picking a favorite woman in business is a daunting task. I had a really difficult time narrowing my choices down to five favorites, let alone one! Before we get to it, let me give a shoutout to my favorite non-celebrity woman in business: my wife Kayla. Kayla is a Regional Vice President of Sales at [...]

2020-06-03T14:34:21-05:00March 13th, 2020|Our Firm, Small Business Law, Startups|
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