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Daily Three: September 2


September 2, 2020

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  1. On Friday, September 4, the CDC is scheduled to publish an order to the Federal Register limiting residential evictions nationwide through December 31, 2020. What landlords need to know about this new order. Authored by Josh Bashioum, Jason Neumark, and Jamie Burns


  1. The Palmer House foreclosure is the largest foreclosure lawsuit against a downtown Chicago property owner since the coronavirus pandemic, but it may be just the tip of the iceberg. Read more about the Palmer House foreclosure action and other signs of distress in the hospitality industry. Authored by Jamie Burns


  1. ​​​​​​​With Labor Day approaching, now may be a good time to re-visit your COVID-19 safety protocols and office re-opening plans. As the Wall Street Journal reports, many companies that had targeted post-Labor Day re-openings are now reconsidering or pushing back those timelines. To help businesses navigate the complexities of re-opening decisions, in April we created a Re-Opening Guide that organizes the tasks to be considered from a holistic lens that includes practical and legal considerations. We urge you to revisit this Re-Opening Guide so that you can implement and update your office re-opening plans and procedures as necessary. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR RE-OPENING GUIDE.


For more resources and LP's response to COVID-19, visit this webpage. 

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