Cities in California that are Extending the Eviction Moratorium
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Cities in California that are Extending the Eviction Moratorium

Scott Dylan Westerlund
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22 July, 2021
According to the National Multifamily Housing Council, about 76.5% of apartment dwellers paid some or all of their rent in July. That statistic is encouraging considering we’re still knee-deep in a global pandemic, but it also means that around one in fo...

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How Businesses Can Navigate Mask Mandates

How Businesses Can Navigate Mask Mandates

Carrie Pallardy | 22 June, 2021

Masks have been a critical part of preventing the spread of COVID-19. Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released guidance for fully vaccinated...

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Can I Sue the Stadium if I’m Hurt at a Baseball Game?

Can I Sue the Stadium if I’m Hurt at a Baseball Game?

Michelle Patrick | 18 June, 2021

Many Major League Baseball (MLB) teams have re-opened their stadiums to full capacity crowds. As COVID wanes,  minor league, recreational league, college and kids...

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What Should a Business Owner Do If an Employee Travels to a High-Risk Area?

What Should a Business Owner Do If an Employee Travels ...

Carrie Pallardy | 18 June, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic may be turning a corner, but it is not yet over. While cases continue, vaccinations and easing restrictions have made many people feel ready to trav...

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My Employer Is Requiring Me to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine to Return to Work But I Don’t Want One

My Employer Is Requiring Me to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine t...

Michelle Patrick | 17 June, 2021

The country has started to re-open. COVID-19 vaccines are available for adults in all age groups and have become relatively easy to get. Employers are starting to require...

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Texas Opened Its Eviction Courts – Why You Should Pay For a Lawyer to Go to Court With You

Texas Opened Its Eviction Courts – Why You Should Pay...

Jane Meggitt | 15 June, 2021

Going to court without a lawyer is never a good idea. When it concerns eviction from your Texas rental unit because of back rent owed due to the pandemic, legal represent...

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What Are Your Legal Responsibilities When it Comes to Protecting Your Employees from Contracting COVID-19?

What Are Your Legal Responsibilities When it Comes to P...

Scott Dylan Westerlund | 14 June, 2021

A whopping 8 out of 10 employees say that the coronavirus pandemic will likely force companies to be more responsible. One reason why is because those companies had to ma...

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