Monthly Archives: April 2020

Wire Fraud Alert

Recently we have been seeing and hearing about a proliferation of fraudulent scams. Sadly, this is almost certainly the result of more (indeed nearly all) people working from home these days. I’ll explain the two frauds we have witnessed below but if you take one thing away, it is to always independently verify wire requests […]

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COVID-19 and Paid Sick Leave

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought seismic changes to nearly every facet of our lives. The same has been true for federal and local employment laws. Although the law typically evolves and changes at a near glacial pace, the COVID-19 pandemic has produced new sick leave laws in a matter of weeks that would have before […]

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Contributory Trademark Infringement

A relatively unknown area of trademark law could potentially hold significant liability exposure for landlords. In a recent case, Luxottica Grp., S.P.A. v. Airport Minim Mall, LLC, 932F.3d 1303, 2019 U.S.P.Q.2d 292644 (11th Cir. 2019), landlords were found to have contributorily infringed Oakley and Ray Ban trademarks on counterfeit sunglasses being sold by their tenants. […]

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