Abigail M. Martin is a shareholder in the Firm’s Commercial Real Estate, Corporate, Business & Banking, Healthcare and Mergers & Acquisitions groups. Ms. Martin’s primary practice area is commercial transactions, specifically commercial real estate financing and loan documentation. She also assists clients with mergers & acquisitions; entity selection, formation and organization; lease drafting & negotiation; and general contract drafting and review. In her healthcare practice, Ms. Martin counsels clients in various business and real estate transactions, including vendor contract drafting and review, acquisitions and sales, and leasing.
Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba, P.C. is pleased to announce that Abigail M. Martin has been named Shareholder of the Firm. Ms. Martin is an attorney in the Firm’s Commercial Real Estate, Corporate, Business & Banking and Mergers & Acquisitions groups. Ms. Martin’s primary practice area is commercial transactions, specifically commercial real estate financing and loan […]
If your business qualifies, Small Diverse Business certification can provide benefits under both Pennsylvania and federal law. Certification in Pennsylvania is a straightforward process that can be accomplished simultaneously with federal certification. A business can become certified as a Small Diverse Business (or, under federal law, “Small Disadvantaged Business”) through either public or private certification. […]
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (the “ARP”) is the latest in Coronavirus relief legislation. On March 10, 2021, the House of Representatives passed the bill as amended by the Senate. President Biden signed the ARP into legislation on March 11. Below is a summary of the provisions that will have a direct impact […]
When the CARES Act was passed in March 2020, one area that remained uncertain was the tax treatment of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness and whether it would be treated as taxable income to borrowers who had this debt discharged. The way this forgiveness would be handled potentially affected the millions of businesses […]
It’s 2021, so that means it’s time for Pennsylvania businesses and organizations to get their decennial filings ready. Every ten years, Pennsylvanian entities must submit a decennial filing or decennial report during the years ending with the numeral “1”, (i.e., 2011, 2021, 2031). The objective of these filings is for the state to reissue names […]