The nationwide spread of COVID-19, and governmental regulations enacted in response to the outbreak, has had a significant impact on the commercial real estate world, and commercial leasing in particular. With governmental regulations growing increasingly more restrictive, many people are ...Read More »
At this time of a historic health emergency, strains could appear in an intact relationship, while in a fractured relationship those strains and disputes become problematic quickly. It is difficult for lawyers to tell clients that barring an absolute emergency ...Read More »
As a community and a nation, we come together in times of crisis. Ironically, when it comes to COVID-19, our unification is best done in a metaphorical rather than literal sense. In that spirit of unity, I ask that everyone ...Read More »
In April 2019, a federal jury found seven defendants associated with the Forest Park Medical Center (FPMC) in Dallas guilty on charges of conspiring to pay or receive health care bribes. The defendants in United States v. Beauchamp were convicted ...Read More »
The Inclusive Office: Representations of diversity in media are problematic, and that causes real problems
In the limited run of “The Inclusive Office,” I’ve already twice encouraged consuming diverse media — watching TV and movies made by and starring people different from you, listening to podcasts hosted by people different from you, reading fiction made ...Read More »
Faster, easier and cost-effective — those are the promises that technology makes in both our personal and our professional lives. In the realm of commercial real estate transactions, the promise of faster, easier and cost-effective would appeal to all parties, ...
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This article originally appeared in The Bulletin, the official publication of the Bar Association of Erie County. It is reprinted here with permission. Standing and Subject Matter Jurisdiction In Orange Transportation Services, Inc. v. Volvo Group North America, LLC., No. ...Read More »
With the recent celebration this month of Susan B. Anthony’s 200th birthday, and the celebration this year of the centennial anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment, I’ve been thinking a lot about the strong women suffragists who fought so hard and ...
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I’ve been focused on—and have written about—cybersecurity risks faced by lawyers quite a bit in recent months. There’s a reason for this: law firms are increasingly being targeted by malicious actors and are falling victim to a variety of different ...Read More »