To our valued readers, 2010 proved to be a difficult and challenging year for workout professionals, and of course, for the JMBM Special Assets Team. Because our good clients are busier than ever this holiday season, so are we. I regret that I haven’t been writing as frequently as I would like, but I hope […]
Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog posting, "Bloomberg Interview with Jim Butler, Hotel Lawyer" was picked up by Hospitality Net.
Jim Butler was interviewed on Bloomberg Law on Demand, hosted by Lee Pacchia. Listen to the 10-minute podcast by clicking the link below (depending on your browser, the podcast may launch immediately): http://media.bloomberg.com/bb/avfile/Politics/Law/v9Tf5zCyUkIM.mp3
Jim Butler’s blog article, "New York Times: Hotel Sector May Lead Economic Recovery" was published by Hotel Online.
An article written by Jim Butler titled, “US Hotel Industry Outlook 2011: Occupancy growth, increased ADR, and opportunistic investments” was published by ehotelier.com.
In Federal Appeals Court Affirms the Denial of A123’s Motion to Reopen, Stuart Tubis reports on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit’s affirmation of the judgment of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, which had denied A123’s motion to reopen and dismissed the court’s declaratory judgment against Hydro-Quebec (“HQ”). […]
Some Like it Hot Digital technology has raised questions about the reach of the tort of the misappropriation of hot news This article was originally published in the December 2010 issue of Los Angeles Lawyer. This article was republished in the April 2011 issue of The Computer & Internet Lawyer. To download a PDF of […]
Cathy Holmes’s article titled, “Protect your mixed-use asset by creating and maintaining standards,” was published by Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog and picked up by the following sites: Hospitality Net, ehotelier.com, Hotel Online and Hotel News Resource.
Burton Mitchell‘s article titled “GRATs: Time Is Running Out” was published in the Elite Advisor Forum. To view this article as a pdf, click here. “By transferring appreciating assets to a GRAT, individuals may transfer those assets free of gift or estate taxes, provided the grantor outlives the GRAT annuity term and the transferred assets […]