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With the introduction of his new PPP fraud defense website, Daniel Perlman gives individuals and small businesses facing charges for federal PPP loan fraud a way to defend their rights and get the powerful legal representation they deserve.
“The launch of this new website offers clients access to critical information about obtaining reputable PPP loan fraud defense,” says Daniel Perlman, attorney and founder of Federal Criminal Defense Pro’s PPP fraud defense website (PPP.attorney). “It is a valuable resource for those in need of quality legal representation for federal charges related to PPP fraud.”
The new PPP fraud defense website is a comprehensive legal resource for individuals facing federal criminal charges involving fraudulent activity in connection with the Paycheck Protection Program. As part of the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the Paycheck Protection Program was intended to prevent mass layoffs and keep small businesses afloat during COVID-19, by providing forgivable loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration (SBA). Unfortunately, according to Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbitt, the number of potentially fraudulent PPP loans is “significant.”
Daniel Perlman has devoted his legal career to providing his clients with the highest quality defense in cases involving serious federal charges like wire fraud, bank fraud, money laundering, making false statements, computer fraud and other fraud-related offenses. These crimes carry harsh penalties – some amounting to decades in federal prison and millions of dollars in fines – which is why Perlman is committed to ensuring that individuals and small businesses facing charges for PPP fraud get the best defense possible.
The U.S. Department of Justice is intent on aggressively investigating allegations of PPP fraud and prosecuting those accused of defrauding the federal government. Since April, the government has arrested and filed charges against nearly 60 individuals suspected of committing or attempting to commit PPP fraud representing more than $175 million in federal funds intended help struggling businesses keep their employees during COVID-19.
Allegations of PPP loan fraud began to surface shortly after the Paycheck Protection Program was launched in March, and the federal government has made it clear that this wave of PPP fraud charges is just the beginning. The Department of Justice will continue to target individuals who allegedly exploited the program or attempted to exploit the program by falsifying information on their PPP loan applications or using PPP funds for unauthorized personal purchases, among other alleged fraudulent activity.
As federal investigators continue to ramp up efforts to identify and charge individuals and small groups suspected of PPP loan fraud, there are innocent individuals who may find themselves under PPP loan fraud investigation. For those facing PPP loan fraud charges, this new PPP.attorney website contains a cache of information about what to do if you have been arrested by federal agents, targeted by a PPP fraud investigation or indicted for PPP fraud, with a useful section devoted entirely to loan fraud FAQs.
“Clients who have been arrested by federal agents or learned that they are under federal investigation for PPP fraud can use the website to find out what to do next or to schedule a free consultation with a skilled PPP loan fraud attorney,” says Perlman. “When it comes to defending against charges for fraud involving the federal government, there is no time to waste.”
Attorney Daniel Perlman is a nationally recognized criminal defense attorney in Los Angeles, California who focuses his practice on federal criminal defense. With more than a decade of experience representing clients in cases involving fraud and other serious federal offenses, Perlman is trained to handle a wide range of criminal defense matters involving the federal government. A former prosecutor for the Maryland State’s Attorney’s Office, Perlman has a reputation for assertive legal representation and is committed to providing trusted legal counsel and advocating for clients encountering the federal court system. More information about Daniel Perlman’s federal PPP loan fraud practice can be found at PPP.attorney.