COVID 19 Resources

Telehealth: In It For the Long-Haul

Telehealth (also referred to as telemedicine) is not a new phenomenon; in fact, it dates back to 1879 when physicians used telephone consults to reduce unnecessary office visits.[1]  Telehealth makes complete  sense as it is less expensive to provide and greatly expands access to both primary and highly specialized care. Nevertheless, state and federal governments

Navigating a Canceled Event Under Covid-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has left many events across the country, such as weddings and conferences, cancelled or indefinitely postponed. In the midst of all the uncertainty that surrounds the events industry during these trying times, many customers and vendors are wondering if they have any financial responsibility for COVID-19 related cancelations. The answer, like most

Real Estate’s Pandemic Aftermath

The Right Direction for Borrowers on a Two-Way Street The CARES Act prohibits landlords from evicting residential tenants or charging late fees for nonpayment of rent during the program’s forbearance period (120 days). Additionally, landlords may not file any action for the removal of a tenant or serve a notice terminating the tenancy before the