Force Majeure and COVID-19: Boilerplate No More
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Force majeure provisions used to be considered boilerplate, but the COVID-19 pandemic has thrust these clauses into the spotlight.
Next Steps for Women-Owned Businesses in 2020
Strategies for emerging from the pandemic must be built on information and thoughtful planning.
The Power of Women Working Together
COVID-19 has highlighted a secret for the rest of the world that working women already know: women DO IT ALL!
Women-Owned Businesses will be the Backbone of a Post-Pandemic Recovery
The U.S. has 12.3 million women-owned businesses, which collectively generate $1.8 trillion per year and employ more than 8 million workers.
Cool Springs Galleria Owner Prepares to File Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Chattanooga-based CBL may find it necessary to restructure its own debts as a result of reorganizations filed by major retail tenants.
Brookdale's Massive Lease Renegotiation Averts Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Filing
Brentwood-based senior living company's huge lease restructuring has a total economic value of nearly $750 million.
New Federal Law Allows Business Owners to Restructure Second Mortgages and HELOCs
Small Business Reorganization Act expands protections for business owners' homes by permitting restructuring of second mortgages and HELOCs.
Nashvillepost.com: Courtney Gilmer Joins EmergeLaw, PLC
Courtney brings extensive experience in Chapter 11 and out-of-court workouts to bolster the firm's core insolvency practice.
Nashvillepost.com: ‘Bankruptcy to be a popular field of study ...enough lawyers to handle the wave?"
EmergeLaw partner Nancy King provides insights to Nashville Post Magazine about the expected wave of business bankruptcies and workouts.
Putting this Economic Crisis into Perspective: Reflections of a 45-year Nashville Law Career
Graduating from law school during the stagflation recession of the 1970s was an early lesson on the cyclical nature of the economy.
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