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  • The New Frontier of Force Majeure Clauses with COVID-19
    The New Frontier of Force Majeure Clauses with COVID-19

    Author: Craig Galanter Contributing Editor: Blaire Farine COVID-19 has created a tsunami of issues across the globe – not just in human health, but also in the real estate and business world. Force ...

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  • Frustration of Purpose and COVID-19
    Frustration of Purpose and COVID-19

    Author: Maxwell Bridge Contributing Editor: Blaire Farine Frustration of Purpose defense as applied to commercial leases. Additional remedies should be considered. As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) ...

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  • Payroll Tax and Other CARES Changes: Part Two
    Payroll Tax and Other CARES Changes: Part Two

    Author: Jamison Walters Contributing Editor: Blaire Farine The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the CARES Act) was fully enacted on March 27, 2020. The CARES Act provides $2 ...

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  • Estate Planning in Texas During these Uncertain Times
    Estate Planning in Texas During these Uncertain Times

    Author: Rafael Ylanan While the effects of this pandemic are wide-reaching, this article is provided to show, while different, life goes on and so can estate planning. One issue that this pandemic has ...

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  • Payroll Tax and Other Changes in the CARES Act
    Payroll Tax and Other Changes in the CARES Act

    Authors: Jamison Walters and Blaire Farine Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a $2.2 trillion bill to support American businesses was enacted by President Trump on March 27, ...

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  • The United States Patent & Trademark Office Extends Deadlines
    The United States Patent & Trademark Office Extends Deadlines

    Authors: Blaire Farine , William Yarbrough , and Jamison Walters The USPTO is given temporary authority under Section 12004 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act signed on ...

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