On August 13, 2014, San Francisco joined a number of jurisdictions in restricting employer inquiries and use of criminal background information. On February 13, San Francisco passed the “Fair Chance Ordinance,” (“Ordinance”) which applies to private employers with at least 20 employees (located in San Francisco or otherwise). The Ordinance contains a blanket prohibition on […]
Cathy Holmes’ article, “How EB-5 Regional Centers and Sponsors Can Evaluate Broker-Dealer, Investment Company and Investment Adviser Registration Requirements under U.S. Securities Laws – Part 1,” was published by Hospitality Net.
David Sudeck’s article, “Good for Business – Is Your Resort ADA Compliant?” was featured in Vacation Industry Review, published by Interval International, in the July-September 2014 issue.
Jim Butler and Jonathan Bloch’s Hotel Law Blog article, “Frequently Asked Questions about EB-5 project financing for new hotel development,” was published by Hotel Online.
Jim Butler and Jonathan Bloch’s Hotel Law Blog article, “Hotel Development & EB-5 Financing: Why You Don’t Want to Form Your Own Regional Center,” was published by Hotel Online, Hotel News Resource and Hospitality Net.
Cathy Holmes’ article, “What is Happening Now in the U.S. Market for EB-5 Financing for Hotels and Real Estate Mixed-Use Development,” was published by Hospitality Net.
Jim Butler and Jonathan Bloch’s article, “Hotel development financing: How to win the race for EB-5 capital,” was published by Hotel Online.
Jim Butler and Jonathan Bloch’s blog article, “Financing hotel development today: The 5 questions every hotel developer is asking about EB-5 financing,” was published by Hotel Online.
An article written by An Nguyen Ruda, Matt Kenefick and Brian Morris entitled, “Tread Lightly Pursuing Trade Secret Litigation,” was published by the Daily Journal.
Reproduced with permission from The United States Law Week, 83 U.S.L.W. 103, 7/15/14. Copyright 2014 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033) http://www.bna.com Download the PDF: Beware of Judgment Debtors Using the Fifth Amendment To Shield Their Assets The Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination cannot be used in a blanket fashion by judgment debtors, Jeffer Mangels […]