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Technology and the Human Connection in Senior Living [Gray Area of the Law]

August 25, 2020

Senior Associate Hallie Fisher discusses the importance of senior housing facilities prioritizing technology for their residents, especially during the pandemic.

Technology has been making our lives more convenient for decades, and nothing has highlighted this reality more than the pandemic. It is now the norm to have groceries and gourmet food delivered to your door, meetings and summits are taking place virtually, and education will likely not take place in-person for many months.

While these advances are keeping us healthier and safer, some seniors are missing out on much-needed human connection. This could easily be remedied for seniors living in senior living facilities, with small, cost-efficient changes. [...]

This is an excerpt from a blog post originally written on Gray Area of the Law. To read the entire post, click here.

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Hallie Fisher focuses her practice on  real estate transactions, including leasing, financing and development.

Hallie excels in helping clients figure out the nuances of how a large property operates from a title perspective, and she assists her clients with all aspects of commercial real estate, including the acquisition, disposition, financing, leasing and management of commercial real estate.

The assets Hallie works with the most are restaurants, shopping centers, industrial parks, senior living facilities, and hospitality and leisure assets.

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