Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, a number of restrictions have been passed that have limited a Landlord’s ability to file eviction actions against tenants. Adding to the confusion, some of the restrictions have been vague and conflicting. Furthermore, Clerk’s offices across the State have received little explanation as to how to interpret the true intent
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The COVID-19 outbreak has brought about many clinical and operational challenges to hospitals and healthcare practices across the nation. Although some states have begun phased re-openings and healthcare providers have resumed elective procedures, many healthcare facilities and physician practices are facing financial crises as a result of the recent shutdowns. While healthcare providers are working
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. 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