Proactive parties who want to avoid becoming unwary creditors in their business partner’s bankruptcy proceedings, can take action now in order to salvage worthy business relationships, secure peace of mind and (perhaps) preemptively rescue the business/project.
In an article published by The Real Deal, local practitioners commented on the effects COVID-19 has had and will have on property taxes in four major markets – New York, Miami, Los Angeles and Chicago.
Shutts & Bowen LLP is pleased to announce that 23 Central Florida attorneys have been recognized as 2020 Best Lawyers® by Orlando Magazine, with four attorneys named “Lawyer of the Year” in their respective fields.
The Internal Revenue Service has paid out billions of dollars in relief payments to individuals as part of the CARES Act, a cash injection passed by Congress in response to COVID-19. Just last Friday, new guidance was issued by the IRS to taxpayers who received a stimulus check for deceased family members.
Fort Lauderdale partner Joseph Goldstein was recently a featured speaker for the American Bar Association’s Public Contract Law Section webinar entitled “Public Construction Issues in Light of COVID-19.”
The current coronavirus era is seeing e-signings, drive-by closings, virtual appraisals and other measures being taken to help real estate transactions move forward. The following commentary will address answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about contactless closings amid COVID-19.
With the current state of the COVID-19 economy, a number of corporations and businesses are receiving requests from their customers to provide more favorable payment terms for both existing receivables and future sales – increased time to pay, the ability to pay in installments, etc.
James P. Terpening, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Tampa office and member of the Emory Law School Alumni Board, recently participated as a co-presenter in an Emory Alumni Association webinar for Tampa area Emory Law School and Business School graduates.
The Orlando office of Shutts & Bowen LLP is proud to announce its successful negotiation of a $300 million deal in representation of client Aerion Supersonic, bringing the supersonic aircraft manufacturer’s headquarters to the state of Florida.