As featured in the December 2020 edition of NBIZ Magazine.
By: Nina A. Tran
If you live in a community governed by a property owners association (“POA”) requiring mandatory membership, you are probably also familiar with the requirement to pay the POA maintenance fees or assessments (“Assessments”). The obligation to pay Assessments can generally be found in the POA governing documents, and more often than not in a document entitled Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, or similarly titled document, that is recorded in the real property records of the county in which your property is located. Read More ›
By: Howard M. Bookstaff, General Counsel
We are seeing more positive test results every day. Many apartment communities have had residents test positive. Chances are that you will also see employees test positive. What should you do when an employee is not feeling well? What actions should you take if the employee tests positive? Who should you tell?
If any employee is not feeling well at work, they should go home and contact their healthcare provider. Read More ›
This past Friday the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (“CARES”) Act was signed into law; it is a massive $2 trillion economic stimulus package designed, in large part, to offer some relief for the nation’s small businesses and millions of laid-off workers. Hopefully this article will assist with digesting this complex and lengthy new law. Attached hereto are the following:
Our Partners and administrative staff have been in continuous communication regarding the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and coordinating with local and state health departments and the CDC for answers to pressing questions from our clients. We are adjusting the way we work to provide uninterrupted service to our clients in a world of social distancing and stay at home orders. There are difficult weeks ahead, but we will be available to help you respond to challenging conditions. Read More ›
COVID-19 has the world’s attention. By now, you’ve received multiple notices regarding preventive measures you can and should take to minimize risk of harm to you, your family and co-workers.
We all have been inundated with stories of people having to self-quarantine and self-isolate. Schools and businesses have developed plans requiring students and employees to stay home if they are feeling ill or have been around someone that may have the virus. Others have decided to self-quarantine if they have been in public gatherings with persons that may have tested positive for the virus. Read More ›