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Facial Recognition: What You Need to Know Now

July 15, 2020 — If you are like me and recently purchased new technology to help you efficiently work remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be using a device that incorporates facial recognition technology into its cadre of features. While it may be more convenient than fingertip

Lowndes Advises Wendover Housing Partners on Permanent Supportive Housing Community

July 14, 2020 — Lowndes advised Wendover Housing Partners on the $19 million project that will provide housing for the homeless in Central Florida.

Managing Privacy Issues and COVID-19 at Independent Living Facilities and Age-Restricted Housing Communities

July 08, 2020 — As COVID-19 cases continue to spike, people are afraid, especially seniors who are more susceptible to the disease. Understandably, when an infection occurs, residents of independent living facilities and age-restricted housing communities want to have as much information

Don't Forget the Tax Man: Many Tax Returns and Payments Due Next Week [Gray Area of the Law]

July 07, 2020 — Because of Covid-19, the IRS extended most federal tax filing and payment deadlines otherwise due from April 1, 2020 to July 14, 2020 until July 15, 2020.

Orange County Adopts Two Development Incentive Efforts

July 07, 2020 — On July 7, 2020, the Orange County Board of County Commissioners adopted a Resolution implementing two incentive efforts aimed at “easing the economic burden of development” within the County.

Tara Tedrow Reappointed to Ninth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission

July 07, 2020 — Shareholder Tara Tedrow has been reappointed to the Ninth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission by Governor DeSantis.

Brendan Lynch Honored During Orlando’s “Our City of Heroes” Celebration

July 06, 2020 — Shareholder Brendan Lynch was honored during a News 6 special presentation created in partnership with the City of Orlando to honor local everyday heroes who have gone the extra mile during the pandemic.

Governor DeSantis Signs Bill Defining Emotional Support Animals and Criminalizing Their Falsification

July 06, 2020 — On the heels of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issuing new guidance as to what it considers to be the best practices for housing providers when they are presented with requests for “emotional support animals,"

New Options for Creditors: Florida Adopts the Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act

July 06, 2020 — Until July 1, 2020, there was no comprehensive statutory scheme for the appointment receivers of commercial real estate in Florida. Instead, receiverships of commercial real estate had been governed only by a patchwork of appellate court decisions handed down over the years

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