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How Covid-19 Is Actually Making The Courts “Better”

Thu Jun 11, 2020 by on Business & Florida Law News

How Covid-19 Is Actually Making The Courts Better

How Covid-19 Is Actually Making The Courts “Better” Topic How Covid-19 Is Actually Making The Courts “Better” Description Zoom in at Noon with Roy Oppenheim: A Deep Dive Into Current Legal and Other Issues Facing Real Estate & Business Professionals during COVID-19 Same Time, Shorter Format June 16, 2020 12:00-12:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)  REGISTER HERE Register […]

Current Legal and Other Issues Facing Real Estate Professionals during COVID-19

Current Legal and Other Issues Facing Real Estate Professionals during COVID-19

  A Deep Dive Into Current Legal and Other Issues Facing Real Estate Professionals during COVID-19 Description Zoom in at Noon with Roy Oppenheim: A Deep Dive Into Current Legal and Other Issues Facing Real Estate Professionals during COVID-19 Time April 21, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)  REGISTER NOW Register by Tuesday April 21, 2020 12:00 […]

Waiting for SBA Funding – PPP: Practical Pertinent Proactive Legal Tips for You and Your Business

Waiting for SBA Funding – PPP: Practical Pertinent Proactive Legal Tips for You and Your Business

Waiting for SBA Funding – PPP: Practical Pertinent Proactive Legal Tips for You and Your Business. Description Zoom in at Noon with Roy Oppenheim: Waiting for SBA Funding – PPP: Practical Pertinent Proactive Legal Tips for You and Your Business. Time April 14, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)  REGISTER NOW Register by Tuesday April 14, 2020 […]

Rent and Commercial Properties: Do You Need to Pay During COVID-19?

Rent and Commercial Properties: Do You Need to Pay During COVID-19?

As insane and unpredictable as this pandemic might be, the rubber is meeting the road this week as it comes to the relationship between tenants and landlords. While evictions and foreclosures have been suspended for residential property, that is not the situation for commercial properties. While many courts are closed and are moving very slowly, some landlords are taking a […]

Strategies to Renegotiate Loans and Debts During COVID-19

Strategies to Renegotiate Loans and Debts During COVID-19

Whether you wish to re-watch or you were unable to attend yesterday’s  Zoom in At Noon webinar, “Strategic Default: How It is Different from the Great Recession and Strategies to Renegotiate Loans and Debts”, below is a recorded video: We hope that you will be able to attend next week’s free webinar, “Deeper Dive into COVID-19’s Impact on South Florida […]

COVID-19: Force Majeure Clauses in Contracts

COVID-19: Force Majeure Clauses in Contracts

Since the onset of the Coronavirus, business as we know it has changed. The pandemic has created all sorts of monumental disruptions in business as cancellations and delays have affected all sorts of industries: hotel, travel, events, professional sports tournaments, concerts, and real estate closings. Questions arise as to whether underlying contracts provide for a party who cannot fulfill the […]

Duly Noted: Florida’s New Notary Law

Mon Aug 26, 2019 by on Florida Law News

Duly Noted: Florida’s New Notary Law

In an ever-evolving technological world, a growing number of professions, especially real estate, are transitioning from human interaction and communication to algorithms and artificial intelligence. Being a Florida notary is no exception. Background: Important legal documents typically require notarization. But what exactly does that mean? Well, in simple terms, a notarized document is a document that has been certified by […]

Florida Supreme Court Mandates Foreclosure Jurisprudence Be Played On A Level Playing Field Entitling Homeowners to Attorney’s Fees For Faulty Foreclosures

Uneven Playing Field Banks And Homeowners

The Florida Supreme Court recently ruled that when a homeowner legitimately defeats the bank in a foreclosure case, regardless of the reason, the bank is required to pay the homeowner’s attorney’s fees. The Oppenheim Law team recently had the honor of filing a friend-of-the-court brief (otherwise known as an amicus curiae brief) in the case of Glass v. Nationstar, which has […]