If you’re confused about the right way to go about obtaining a U.S. Small Business Administration disaster relief loan or have questions about the application process and getting funded, come to this in-depth discussion led by Attorney Steve Riley with guest panelist Business Attorney Mitchell Fogel. Learn what you can use the loan for, how to obtain one, and how to have it forgiven.

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Steve Riley

Attorney & Certified Practice Advisor

An award-winning attorney, Steve has practiced law for nearly 30 years and has coached lawyers for more than 20 years. He built his practice into a million-dollar business using innovative law firm management and marketing strategies and skills. He is a Certified Practice Advisor, guiding law firms as a consultant and coach. An inspiring and challenging educator, Steve has created several programs for leading attorneys to success, including the Double Your Revenue™ workshop (featured in LawyersUSA), the Practice Growth ProgramTM, and the Dominate Your MarketTM program…. [read more]


Mitchell C. Fogel


Mitchell C. Fogel is the Principal and Founder of The Fogel Law Group (FLG), a law firm with Florida offices located in Boca Raton, Jacksonville, Orlando, and Coral Gables. Because of Mitch’s extensive and diverse experience, his clients seek his legal counsel regarding lending and financing transactions; commercial and residential real estate matters; business opportunities; corporate and other entity formations and operations; and commercial leasing affairs. Mitch has developed an excellent national reputation for his expertise in government-guaranteed lending, particularly concerning SBA 7(a) and 504 loans and USDA loans. In that regard, FLG has closed thousands of government-guaranteed loans since 1995 for many lenders. Also, Mitch is a Designated and Expedited SBA 504 Loan Closing Counsel and FLG represents CDC’s in several states. FLG also handles modifications, workouts, foreclosures and liquidations of loans. Mitch is also frequently a speaker and panelist on many local and national real estate, SBA and conventional lend¬ing, and business transaction forums. And, as a small business owner and attorney, Mitch is very committed to the ideas and principles behind the SBA and its programs. He is a founding member, and currently on the Board, of the Florida Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders (FLAGGL), is he very active in the National Association of Government Guaran¬teed Lenders (NAGGL) and the National Association of Development Companies (NADCO). A graduate of the University of Florida (B.S.B.A. in Finance, 1983) and The George Washington University, National Law Center (J.D., 1987), Mitch has also been an instructor with various colleges and organizations, teaching courses and webinars on Real Estate Closings; Lending, Mortgage and Finance Law and Transactions; Negotiations; Commercial Contracts and Transactions; Loan Workouts and Foreclosures; and The Law of Business Organizations. Mitch lives in Boca Raton with his family, where he serves on the Board of the Boca Raton Airport Authority, is a Rotarian, and is involved in many other community organizations.