News & Insights

News & Insights

Critical Elements of Tenant Estoppel Letters [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]

July 12, 2021 — Shareholder Gary Kaleita discusses the importance of obtaining tenant estoppel letters when buying leased property.

Do Change of Control Transactions Constitute an Assignment by Operation of Law? [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]

May 20, 2021 — Attorneys Laura Walda and Samantha Duran discuss what a lease needs to include if a landlord wants to restrict change of control.

Pandemic Leads Families to Care for Loved Ones at Home [Gray Area of the Law]

May 17, 2021 — Attorney Shawn Rader discusses possible considerations for assisted living facilities as more families choose to keep their loved ones at home.

2021 Property Tax Valuations Being Determined [Gray Area of the Law]

May 05, 2021 — Shareholder Brendan Lynch discusses what to expect as property appraisers begin to determine 2021 valuations for properties in Florida, and what that could mean for property owners.

COVID’s Lasting Impacts on Commercial Lease Negotiations [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]

May 05, 2021 — Shareholder Shawn Rader discusses the lasting impacts that COVID-19 is expected to have on commercial lease negotiations.

Biden Administration Plans to Spend $400 Billion on the Elderly [Gray Area of the Law]

April 21, 2021 — Senior Associate Hallie Fisher discusses the Biden Administration's goal of spending $400 billion over the next eight years, as part of the American Jobs Plan, to create jobs in the senior housing industry.

Aging at Home Becomes a Popular Option During Pandemic [Gray Area of the Law]

April 09, 2021 — Shareholder Shawn Rader discusses a New York Times article about the movement of people away from traditional senior housing options towards aging at home due to COVID-19, and how it could affect the industry.

Florida’s Legislature Takes Gigantic Detour in Privacy Law [Lowndes Tech]

April 07, 2021 — Lowndes attorney Drew Sorrell discusses the major changes to House Bill 969 and what the new language means for businesses and consumers.

Low Vaccination Rate Among Senior Housing Staff Poses Problems. Are There Any Solutions? [Gray Area of the Law]

April 07, 2021 — Lowndes Shareholder John Ruffier discusses Florida Trend's report that vaccination rates of staff are lagging across the state and what senior living facility operators can do.

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