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Adam Handfinger Published in Daily Business Review/Law.com

Published Date:

May 14, 2020

The article “Is My Lawyer a Robot? Technology’s Impact on Professional Services,” written by Adam P. Handfinger, Co-Managing Partner of Peckar & Abramson’s Miami office, and Rob M. Drover, Vice President of Business Solutions at Marcum, was published in the Daily Business Review/Law.com on May 14, 2020. Adam and Rob discuss the readily available technologies […]

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The Government is Here to Help You – Be Careful: Best Business Practices in the Post-COVID World (Presentation Slides and Recording)

Published Date:

May 14, 2020

The Government is Here to Help You – Be Careful: Best Business Practices in the Post-COVID World. Presentation in conjunction with Guidepost Solutions LLC on May 14, 2020.

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In Memoriam: Frank A. Hess

Published Date:

May 8, 2020

Frank Hess, Senior Counsel with Peckar & Abramson’s Construction and Infrastructure practice, passed away on May 3, 2020 at the age of 61. Frank was known at P&A and by peers in the New Jersey and New York construction bars as a gifted attorney, trusted colleague, and tenacious litigator who possessed a high degree of […]

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PPP/CARES Act Q&A (Recording)

Authors:

Stephen P. Katz

Published Date:

May 7, 2020

Stephen Katz, Chair of Peckar & Abramson’s Corporate Law Practice, participated in a Q&A forum on May 6 with AJ Sercombe of Lockton Companies, answering various questions related to PPP and the CARES Act. To watch the recording, click here.

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Requesting Video Trial Testimony in Light of COVID-19: Idaho district court makes a special exception in extreme circumstances

Published Date:

May 7, 2020

All of us practicing law during these interesting times have come across situations in which we must apply long-standing rules to unique and ever-changing fact patterns. An example of this occurred in Vasquez v. City of Idaho Falls, Case No. 4:16-CV-00184-DCN (D. Idaho Apr. 13, 2020). In that case, the plaintiff’s racial-discrimination and retaliatory-discharge claims were […]

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