Jacqueline Polverari’s Criminal Justice Cafe: Ep. 1: Don’t Let Them See You Cry with Guest Attorney Norm Pattis

Jacqueline Polverari is a member of our White Collar Support Group that meets online on Zoom on Monday evenings. – Jeff   Congratulations to our friend Jacqueline Polverari on the premiere of her new podcast, Criminal Justice Cafe. Episode 1: Don’t Let Them See You Cry with Guest: Attorney Norm Pattis. Host Jacqueline Polverari is…

Entrepreneur's #4 Most Viewed Article of 2020: I Went to Prison for SBA Loan Fraud – 7 Things to Know When Taking COVID-19 Relief Money: by Jeff Grant, J.D., M.Div.

Don’t let desperation cloud your judgment. Jeff Grant ____________________ Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In the months after 9/11, I was frantic. But my fears had less to do with the tragedy at the World Trade Center and more to do with the fact that, after 10 years of rampant prescription opioid abuse, my business was failing.…

Entrepreneur’s #4 Most Viewed Article of 2020: I Went to Prison for SBA Loan Fraud – 7 Things to Know When Taking COVID-19 Relief Money: by Jeff Grant, J.D., M.Div.

Don’t let desperation cloud your judgment. Jeff Grant ____________________ Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In the months after 9/11, I was frantic. But my fears had less to do with the tragedy at the World Trade Center and more to do with the fact that, after 10 years of rampant prescription opioid abuse, my business was failing.…

Wall Street Journal: Ex-Inmates Struggle in a Banking System Not Made for Them, by David Benoit

David Benoit is a reporter for the Wall Street Journal and friend of the progressive criminal justice movement. David reached out to me to discuss if members of our community experience issues with banks, including closure of accounts without explanation. He would like to hear about your experiences. David can be reached at david.benoit@wsj.com. Thank you!…