Forrest Firm

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    Sophisticated counsel. Customized Solutions. The Forrest Firm provides full-service corporate legal resources in a manner that is unique and creative to the industry. We provide narrowly tailored, customized legal solutions that directly address tensions that exist in the traditional corporate lawyer-client relationship. Our professionals are qualitatively excellent, responsive and accessible. Our fees are predictable and transparent, empowering entrepreneurs to make educated business decisions related to risk management.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2011
    HQDurham, US
    Websiteforrestfirm.com

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)38(+3%)
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore

    Forrest Firm Office Locations

    Forrest Firm has offices in Durham, Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro and in 4 other locations
    Durham, US (HQ)
    406 Blackwell St #420
    Asheville, US
    1 Haywood St #477
    Charlotte, US
    521 E Morehead St #405
    Greensboro, US
    125 S Elm St #100
    Greenville, US
    401 W 1st St
    Raleigh, US
    3700 Glenwood Ave #240
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    Forrest Firm Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    2011

    Forrest Firm Cybersecurity Score

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    A

    94/100

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    Forrest Firm Blogs

    Re-Opening and In-Person Gatherings: Legal Considerations for Religious Institutions

    Effective 5pm today, North Carolina will be entering Phase 1 of Governor Roy Cooper’s three-phased approach to lifting the statewide Stay at Home Order. Although the Stay at Home Order that began March 30th remains in place (it will not be “lifted” until Phase 2), Phase 1 significantly alters the St…

    Phase 1 – What does it mean for North Carolina Businesses?

    In a significant change to the restrictions imposed by NC Governor Roy Cooper in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Governor announced that the state would be moving to what he called “Phase 1” beginning at 5 pm on  May 8. This phase is the first of a three-phase reopening process discussed by G…

    Rare Unanimous Action by the NC General Assembly Offers Lifeline for Small Business

    This week, both houses of the North Carolina General Assembly unanimously passed two bills which provide over $1.6 Billion in COVID-19 relief. The bills were signed by Governor Cooper on Monday, May 4. While the bulk of both laws concerns government spending and changes to the government’s operation…

    What Congress Giveth, the IRS Taketh Away: PPP Loan Forgiveness and Disappearing Business Deductions

    By Brian Bernhardt As part of the CARES Act signed into law on March 27, 2020, Congress enacted the Paycheck Protection Program (the “PPP”).  The PPP is designed to, in general, provide small businesses with a short term loan (a “PPP Loan”) equal to two and a half months of payroll.   In addition, t…

    So You Received Your PPP Loan: Awesome, Wow! What Comes Next? Do You Have a Clue What Happens Now? (with apologies to Lin-Manuel Miranda)

    By Brian Bernhardt, John Burns, and Lyle Gravatt $349 billion later or, perhaps, depending on when you are reading this blog article, $659 billion later, the Small Business Administration (the “SBA”) has disbursed all of the loan funds available to it under the Paycheck Protection Program (the “PPP …

    Reopening Your Business After (or during) a Pandemic: Insurance Issues to Review

    By Andy Lax, Updated 5/06/20 If your North Carolina business is currently closed due to the COVID–19 pandemic, at some point – hopefully soon – you will want to attempt to reopen your doors.  Before you do so, however, there are a number of factors to consider, and reopening will be complicated.   G…
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    Forrest Firm Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Forrest Firm founded?

      Forrest Firm was founded in 2011.

    • How many employees does Forrest Firm have?

      Forrest Firm has 38 employees.

    • Who are Forrest Firm competitors?

      Competitors of Forrest Firm include Moye White, Abreu Advogados and Law++.

    • Where is Forrest Firm headquarters?

      Forrest Firm headquarters is located at 406 Blackwell St #420, Durham.

    • Where are Forrest Firm offices?

      Forrest Firm has offices in Durham, Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro and in 4 other locations.

    • How many offices does Forrest Firm have?

      Forrest Firm has 8 offices.