In the first two months of 2020, the Covid virus rolled in like silently gathering storm clouds, subtle and menacing, but with no obvious effect on businesses. In March, however, its effect was sudden and severe; an unleashed hurricane that has relentlessly battered the service industry in particular.
Author: Dean & Fulkerson
On June 22, 2020, President Trump issued Presidential Proclamation 10052, which suspended the entry of nationals on certain employment-based nonimmigrant visas into the United States.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the U.S. Bankruptcy Code does not allow Chapter 7 debtors to rid themselves of junior liens on home loans that are under water. This decision should benefit commercial lenders as debtors may not void a junior mortgage lien when the debt owed on a […]
All employers and their HR staff will be confronted with the uncertain task of quickly and efficiently bringing back on-line previously fine-tuned systems for the production of goods and services which have been forced into much-reduced activity. Following are some FAQs for the reboot.
A MESSAGE TO DEAN & FULKERSON’S REAL ESTATE CLIENTS DURING THE COVID 19 ACTIVITY RESTRICTION PERIOD.
Despite continuing travel and activity restrictions, real estate transactions are still being completed, but not without some adjustments.
An overview from a buyer’s perspective.
Dean & Fulkerson successfully fought off an appeal of a Judgment following a grant of summary disposition for freight charges against a shipper who maintained …
With the uncertainties during the covid pandemic, a force majeure clause in a contract addresses the unforeseeable circumstances that prevent a party to contract from fulfilling their obligations under the contract.
Karen Libertiny Ludden has been selected for inclusion in the Crain’s Detroit Business 2019 Notable Women in Law List.