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Jason Lien and Cyri Van Hecke Co-Author Article for Finance & Commerce on Post-Pandemic Real Estate and Construction Litigation

The article explores important questions companies should ask in the face of legal challenges involving interruptions to their business, commercial and residential leases and mortgages, and more.

Sarah Horstmann Discusses Enforcing Noncompetition and Nonsolicitation Agreements for ABA's Sound Advice Podcast

Sarah discusses how employers with multi-state workforces can best position themselves to enforce noncompetition and nonsolicitation agreements with their employees.

David Suchar Authors Article on Insurance Coverage for COVID-19 Commercial Losses for Engineering News-Record

The article discusses a variety of construction industry COVID-19 impacts that may be recoverable by way of insurance—contrary to the popular misconception that commercial losses caused by COVID-10 are not insured.

Sarah Horstmann Authors Article on How to Avoid Trade Secret Claims When Hiring New Employees for the American Bar Association

The article discusses tips to guide employers and their counsel through the process of interviewing new employees to confirm they have not retained trade secrets of a former employee.

Julian Zebot and Nate Ajouri Co-Author Article on Hindsight Bias in Trust Litigation for American Bar Association's Real Property, Trust & Estate Law eReport

The article explores some of the matters in which courts have found trustees liable for investment decisions that may have seemed reasonable at the time and applies lessons learned from the aftermath of the Great Recession to gain insight on how to protect trustees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Doug Holod Authors Article on New Opportunities For Second Wave of Restaurant Chain Bankruptcy Filings for Modern Restaurant Management

In the article, Doug explores the recent history of restaurant chain bankruptcy filings pre-COVID, the industry impact of COVID-19, and how the upcoming onslaught of bankruptcy filings could

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