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With Covid-19 Employers Confront Privacy Issues
An Employee Has Been Exposed to Covid. What Now?
New Guidelines For Californians Released
The state of California released new guidelines for Californians who want to gather outside their household during the coronavirus pandemic.
It Should Be Game Over For Fear Based Covid-19 Policies
"If the provisions of the Constitution be not upheld when they pinch as well as when they comfort, they may as well be abandoned." — Justice George Sutherland (1862 to 1942).
What Does An Attorney Charge For Estate Planning
Depending on where you live and how complicated your household and monetary scenarios are, an attorney might charge anything from a couple of hundred to several thousand dollars for a will and other fundamental estate planning documents.
Cuomo Threatens Religious Institutions
Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened Monday to close down religious institutions — specifically Jewish synagogues — if they do not follow his coronavirus restrictions.
Michigan Governor Ignores State Supreme Court Decision And Issues New Mask Mandate Anyway
Governor Whitmer issues new mask mandate after Michigan Supreme Court unanimously void her executive orders
Led Zeppelin Scores Big Win In ‘Stairway To Heaven’ Copyright Case
The ruling is also a significant win for the music industry, which has felt itself fighting a losing battle against frivolous copyright suits since the “Blurred Lines” trial in 2015.
Michigan Attorney Says Burn Your Masks And Forget Covid Emergency Orders After State Supreme Court Decision
A comment regarding Governor Whitmer’s response to her unconstitutional exercise of power
The Michigan Supreme Court Has Ruled That Governor Gretchen Whitmer Exceeded Her Powers During Coronavirus Pandemic
Michigan’s Emergency Management Act of 1976 allows the governor to declare a State of Emergency for up to 28 days without input from the Legislature, but approval from lawmakers is required after that.
Arizona Business License Summary
When starting a small business in the state of Arizona, many business owners will need to register for one or more service-related taxes.
Commercial Lease Workouts During The Covid-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic is adversely affecting commercial real estate (CRE) as it continues to wreak havoc in industries throughout the economy.
A Commercial Tenant In Hopeless Default—Now What?
During a lease term, there may come a time when it becomes no longer financially viable for a commercial tenant to continue its operations at the leased premises and faces the prospect of defaulting on the lease.
Did Your Tenant Default On A Commercial Lease Because Of Covid-19?
Have You Considered Your Available Options?
20 Common Mistakes in Buying a Small Business
Buying a business is one of the most complex activities for business owners. The process of negotiating a good deal and coordinating with the seller, legal, insurance, financing, and people issues can be overwhelming.
Membership Interests In LLCs
What every investor should know.
The "Flatten the Curve" Bait and Switch
Everything that ‘flattening the curve’ represented has been abandoned. Thousands have needlessly died. Millions are out of work. Our cities are burning.
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