Tricia Dunlap

Tricia Dunlap

Tricia Dunlap

Business Law News

2021 PPP Loans - Microbusinesses

Coronavirus
Nisha Patel


Microbusinesses Only: New PPP Rules For 2021

~5 minute read History Between Microbusiness and the PPP Last spring, the government established the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) as one of the main aid programs for small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.  In the beginning, PPP loans were available to businesses with fewer than 500 employees. The money could be used for payroll, health


Read More »

Small Business Bankruptcy

Small Business
Nisha Patel


Is Small Business Bankruptcy Right For You?

Worst of all, your cash reserves and any Paycheck Protection Program money you may have received are long gone. Your creditors are hounding your cell phone and your mailbox is full of bills. And with all of the talk about the “new normal,” perhaps you no longer see any light at the end of the tunnel for your business and are ready to throw in the towel. If so, perhaps a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is right for you.


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Tricia Dunlap

Tricia Dunlap

At age 40 with two teenagers at home, Tricia Dunlap leapt from teaching to law school. After several years at a global Big Law firm, she made another leap and started Dunlap Law to satisfy her desire for greater freedom and her nerdy love for solving gnarly problems.

Dunlap Law is committed to helping good people start good businesses in order to benefit the community because Tricia truly believes that business can be a force for good. She is determined that Dunlap Law will be more than a solid business – it will also make positive impacts on the local community and the world.

Tricia provides counsel to a wide variety of clients on general business law, IP, licensing and contracts, and regulatory compliance. With recognized expertise in corporate sustainability, she also focuses on how businesses measure and manage their nonfinancial risks, whether that means environmental issues like climate change, social issues like human rights, or emerging legal issues such as data privacy and cybersecurity among many other legal topics and issues.

Tricia joined the Advisory Board of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board  and served on the Consumption Industry Working Group, giving SASB feedback on proposed sustainability standards for companies in that economic sector.  Working with a small team of other SASB Subject Matter Experts, Tricia helped create the Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting (FSA) Level 1 and Level 2 credentialing exams. Tricia is proud to hold the credential she helped create.

Because she is a glutton for punishment and every business faces challenges with data privacy and cybersecurity, Tricia holds the Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) credential from the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She is also 2020-2021 co-chair of the IAPP’s KnowledgeNet, Richmond Chapter.

Table of Contents

Tricia Dunlap

Featured Publications

Featured Podcasts and Articles

Articles


That whole chunk of our business was gone’: Grove Ave. menswear shop unties 9-year trademark battle
Richmond Bizsense:
‘That whole chunk of our business was gone’: Grove Ave. menswear shop unties 9-year trademark battle


what if your child is sick and can't repay their student loans
Student Loan Hero:
What If Your Child Is Sick and Can’t Repay Their Student Loans?

Podcasts


Boss on Purpose
How to NOT get your pants sued off

Challenges for Small and Micro Businesses Under the CARES Act and Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Recent Speaking Topics

“Women Who Mean Business: Preparing to Propel”

“Women Who Mean Business: Preparing to Propel”

“Why We’re Called ‘Counsel’: How a Good Lawyer Brings Value to Business”

Cybersecurity:
Law & Ethics”

“Beyond Finance: ESG Investing in the New Millennium”

Cybersecurity: The Monster Hiding In Every Closet”

“The Future of Impact Investing in Public Markets”

 

“Developments in EU Cross-Border Governance” (sustainability disclosures in the EU)

Recent Speaking Engagements


Small Business Resources
Metropolitan Business League


University_of_Cincinnati
The University of Cincinnati


Goochland Chamber of Commerce Logo
Goochland Chamber of Commerce


The Conference Board, Senior International Attorney’s Council
The Conference Board,
Senior International Attorney’s Council


RVA Tech
RVA Tech,
Rich Tech Council


Virginia Impact Investing Forum
Virginia Impact Investing Forum

How Tricia Dunlap Can Help Your Business

Tricia Dunlap’s expertise can add value to your business, customers, or events by sharing her experiences and lessons in business law. 

She’d love to feature in your business event, podcast, video, article, or blog post. 

All you have to do is click the button to get started.

Memberships and Organizations

Business Law News

2021 PPP Loans - Microbusinesses

Coronavirus
Nisha Patel


Microbusinesses Only: New PPP Rules For 2021

~5 minute read History Between Microbusiness and the PPP Last spring, the government established the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) as one of the main aid programs for small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.  In the beginning, PPP loans were available to businesses with fewer than 500 employees. The money could be used for payroll, health


Read More »

Small Business Bankruptcy

Small Business
Nisha Patel


Is Small Business Bankruptcy Right For You?

Worst of all, your cash reserves and any Paycheck Protection Program money you may have received are long gone. Your creditors are hounding your cell phone and your mailbox is full of bills. And with all of the talk about the “new normal,” perhaps you no longer see any light at the end of the tunnel for your business and are ready to throw in the towel. If so, perhaps a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is right for you.


Read More »

Get updates on the business law news you care about most.

Business Law News

2021 PPP Loans - Microbusinesses
Coronavirus
Nisha Patel

Microbusinesses Only: New PPP Rules For 2021

~5 minute read History Between Microbusiness and the PPP Last spring, the government established the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) as one of the main aid programs for small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.  In the beginning, PPP loans were available to businesses with fewer than 500 employees. The money could be used for payroll, health

Read More »
Small Business Bankruptcy
Small Business
Nisha Patel

Is Small Business Bankruptcy Right For You?

Worst of all, your cash reserves and any Paycheck Protection Program money you may have received are long gone. Your creditors are hounding your cell phone and your mailbox is full of bills. And with all of the talk about the “new normal,” perhaps you no longer see any light at the end of the tunnel for your business and are ready to throw in the towel. If so, perhaps a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is right for you.

Read More »

Get updates on the business law news you care about most.

Tricia Dunlap

Tricia Dunlap

At age 40 with two teenagers at home, Tricia Dunlap leapt from teaching to law school. After several years at a global Big Law firm, she made another leap and started Dunlap Law to satisfy her desire for greater freedom and her nerdy love for solving gnarly problems.

Dunlap Law is committed to helping good people start good businesses in order to benefit the community because Tricia truly believes that business can be a force for good. She is determined that Dunlap Law will be more than a solid business – it will also make positive impacts on the local community and the world.

Tricia provides counsel to a wide variety of clients on general business law, IP, licensing and contracts, and regulatory compliance. With recognized expertise in corporate sustainability, she also focuses on how businesses measure and manage their nonfinancial risks, whether that means environmental issues like climate change, social issues like human rights, or emerging legal issues such as data privacy and cybersecurity among many other legal topics and issues.

Tricia joined the Advisory Board of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board  and served on the Consumption Industry Working Group, giving SASB feedback on proposed sustainability standards for companies in that economic sector.  Working with a small team of other SASB Subject Matter Experts, Tricia helped create the Fundamentals of Sustainability Accounting (FSA) Level 1 and Level 2 credentialing exams. Tricia is proud to hold the credential she helped create.

Because she is a glutton for punishment and every business faces challenges with data privacy and cybersecurity, Tricia holds the Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) credential from the International Association of Privacy Professionals. She is also 2020-2021 co-chair of the IAPP’s KnowledgeNet, Richmond Chapter.

Table of Contents

Tricia Dunlap

Featured Publications

Featured Podcasts and Articles

Articles

That whole chunk of our business was gone’: Grove Ave. menswear shop unties 9-year trademark battle
Richmond Bizsense: 'That whole chunk of our business was gone’: Grove Ave. menswear shop unties 9-year trademark battle
what if your child is sick and can't repay their student loans
Student Loan Hero: What If Your Child Is Sick and Can’t Repay Their Student Loans?

Podcasts

Boss on Purpose
How to NOT get your pants sued off

Challenges for Small and Micro Businesses Under the CARES Act and Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Recent Speaking Topics

“Women Who Mean Business: Preparing to Propel”

“Women Who Mean Business: Preparing to Propel”

“Why We’re Called ‘Counsel’: How a Good Lawyer Brings Value to Business”

Cybersecurity:
Law & Ethics”

“Beyond Finance: ESG Investing in the New Millennium”

Cybersecurity: The Monster Hiding In Every Closet”

“The Future of Impact Investing in Public Markets”

 

“Developments in EU Cross-Border Governance” (sustainability disclosures in the EU)

Recent Speaking Engagements

Small Business Resources
Metropolitan Business League
University_of_Cincinnati
The University of Cincinnati
Goochland Chamber of Commerce Logo
Goochland Chamber of Commerce
The Conference Board, Senior International Attorney’s Council
The Conference Board, Senior International Attorney’s Council
RVA Tech
RVA Tech, Rich Tech Council
Virginia Impact Investing Forum
Virginia Impact Investing Forum

How Tricia Dunlap Can Help Your Business

Tricia Dunlap’s expertise can add value to your business, customers, or events by sharing her experiences and lessons in business law. 

She’d love to feature in your business event, podcast, video, article, or blog post. 

All you have to do is click the button to get started.

Memberships and Organizations

Business Law News

2021 PPP Loans - Microbusinesses
Coronavirus
Nisha Patel

Microbusinesses Only: New PPP Rules For 2021

~5 minute read History Between Microbusiness and the PPP Last spring, the government established the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) as one of the main aid programs for small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.  In the beginning, PPP loans were available to businesses with fewer than 500 employees. The money could be used for payroll, health

Read More »
Small Business Bankruptcy
Small Business
Nisha Patel

Is Small Business Bankruptcy Right For You?

Worst of all, your cash reserves and any Paycheck Protection Program money you may have received are long gone. Your creditors are hounding your cell phone and your mailbox is full of bills. And with all of the talk about the “new normal,” perhaps you no longer see any light at the end of the tunnel for your business and are ready to throw in the towel. If so, perhaps a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is right for you.

Read More »

Get updates on the business law news you care about most.