Attorney Michele Feinstein was a featured speaker during Ruth’s House Assisted Living Residence Lunch & Learn on the topic of protecting elders. The virtual event was held on Wednesday, November 18.
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To make Chapter 11 more accessible to financially distressed small to medium businesses, Congress created “Subchapter V,” but this window may close soon.
Shatz, Schwartz and Fentin, P.C., a regional law firm serving clients throughout western New England and New York, as well as nationally and internationally, today announced that seven attorneys from the firm were named to the 2020 Massachusetts Super Lawyers® list. Attorney Michael A. Fenton was also chosen as a 2020 Massachusetts Rising Star.
Attorney Michael Fenton was a recent guest on the BusinessTalk podcast, where he spoke with George O’Brien.
In this interview with Business West, Attorney Steve Weiss points out that the coming wave of bankruptcies has not yet even hit the shore.
Attorney Mark J. Esposito will speak at the 21st Annual Estate Planning Conference of Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. (MCLE), on Tuesday, June 30.
On April 23 Congress added significant additional funding to support the PPP and other disaster-related loan programs, the original funding having been quickly exhausted. A portion of the new funding is earmarked specifically to provide assistance to small and minority-owned business and financial institutions.
Governmental unemployment assistance is typically not available for the self-employed, “gig” workers, independent contractors and others who do not have a traditional “employer-employee” relationship. As a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic, federal and state governments have acted to expand unemployment coverage to many of these individuals who have lost business income.
While there have been frequent news reports regarding denials of business interruption coverage by insurance companies during the coronavirus outbreak, review of the policy itself is important. Attorney Jim Sheils explains why.