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Real Estate Matter/Object Lessons

A friend’s son came to see us for help in dealing with his commercial landlord. Our client had spent over six figures renovating hotel rooms and raising the revenue from zero to a substantial sum. After he completed his renovations and brought the hotel to profitability, the landlord gave him a thirty-day notice to quit. […]

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Women in Billboard Law

Billboard law is a unique practice area. The history of out of home advertising and the existence of billboards has traveled a long and winding road beginning with what some recall as the wide-open unregulated way to what now seems like a roadblock at every turn. From a real estate perspective, building, maintaining and operating […]

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Timing is Everything

So often we see people spend time, effort and money on a commercial real estate project after a problem arises. The truth is, some tend to try and do a transaction themselves to save money. They may think that the project is straightforward and doesn’t merit attorney involvement, or they just really don’t have the […]

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Why Consider Mediation?

None of us ever plan to be involved in a business or real estate dispute. These problems can be stressful, time-consuming and costly. In the heat of the moment, some may think that the only answer is to head to court for litigation. In many cases, however, mediation can provide a simpler and more cost-effective […]

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The Importance of Funding Your Trust

If you have already created an estate plan, you may have happily filed the documents away for safekeeping. You may have thought that your estate plan was complete, and you don’t need to think about it anymore. The truth is, this is only part of the estate planning process. The final step is to fund […]

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