Jim Butler’s Hotel Law Blog article titled, "Chinese investment in U.S. hotels: what the real estate professionals want to know," was published by HSyndicate, Hotel Online, Hotel News Resource and Hospitality Net.
Megan Earhart wrote the article “2nd District Decision Shields Trustees of Revocable Trusts from Liability” published on Oct. 20, 2011.
An article co-authored by Vince Farhat titled “Investigation into Physician-Owned Distributors Continues,” was published by the Daily Journal.
Dick Rogan’s article titled "When your borrower files bankruptcy – a 10-point checklist", first posted in his Special Assets Lawyer Blog, was published in Law360’s Expert Analysis.
Jim Butler’s blog article titled, "Fairmont v. Turnberry decision is issued by Federal Court," was published by Hotel Online.
Jim Butler’s blog article titled, "Hotel Lawyer in Dallas listening to the Special Servicers," was published by Hotel Online.
Jim Butler’s blog article titled, "Hotel Lawyer with optimism for the hotel industry from at the Dallas Lenders Conference, Fishing for Solutions 2011," was published by Hotel Online and HOTELS.
Losing the expectation of privacy bit by bit, byte by byte By Mark Adams Published in The Bottom Line, the State Bar of California’s law Practice Management and Technology Section, as well as Hospitality Net, Hotel Online and ehotelier.com. Download a PDF of the article: Losing the expectation of privacy bit by bit, byte by byte […]
Jill Henderson and Burton Mitchell’s article titled “Top 10 Estate Planning Mistakes (Part 2 of 2)” was published by the Elite Advisor Forum. The article begins below. For Part 1, click here. Top 10 Estate Planning Mistakes (Part 2 of 2) By Burton Mitchell and Jill Skinner This article was first published as a two-part […]
Volatility Can Kill Your Variable Life Policy By Gordon A. Schaller You or your spouse or parents may have purchased a life insurance policy several years ago. You always thought life insurance was a bad investment with returns of only 3-4%. However, this policy was supposed to be different – the premiums could be flexible […]