In the wake of Houston’s recent flooding, countless businesses closed their doors, and many individuals are coping with homes in disrepair.
Texas employers wondering whether they must pay workers for lost time during...more
October 29 marked the second anniversary of Superstorm Sandy’s assault on New York and New Jersey. Although the insurance litigation arising from this storm is just beginning, we have already seen a number of decisions out...more
Hurricane Sandy (also known as Superstorm Sandy) struck the northeast coast of the United States in October 2012, causing an estimated $65 billion* in property damage, including wind damage, severe flooding and power outages....more
As Congress has now failed to pass a continuing resolution to fund most federal operations, a government shutdown began this morning, the beginning of the federal government’s 2014 fiscal year. While exceptions are made for...more
The damage caused by the recent flooding in Colorado is catastrophic and has evermore changed the lives of many who live in and around the affected communities. As the waters recede, the impact of the destruction is being...more
Highlighting developments and issues in the real estate industry - Winter 2012.
In this issue:
- Not Waving But Drowning
- Client/Sector Focus - Our Residential Investment Practice
- Case Summaries
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