Aviation insurance executives provided a bleak picture of the post-Covid-19 insurance industry during the Aviation Insurance Association (AIA) conference held via online videoconferencing throughout the month of May.
Pandemics and world crises are not opportunities for gamesmanship. Advise your clients to review and abide by existing court orders.
The coronavirus pandemic has put a pause on concerts. At the end of March, most artists had announced that they were postponing or canceling their shows for the upcoming months. Even Coachella, one of the biggest music festivals held ever year in April, rescheduled the festival for October. However, with many artists continuing to postpone and cancel concerts as summer rolls in, when will it actually be safe to go to a concert again?
Recently, Shackelford founding partner Martha Hardwick Hofmeister became a member of the prestigious Commercial Law Group.
By BAA Staff – April 13, 2020 Today’s required social distancing makes travel via business aircraft more appealing than ever – and only adds to the […]
DALLAS (KRLD) – Thanks to the abrupt lifestyle changes forced by the coronavirus, some marriages that were already strained are now crumbling. Dallas attorney Carson Steinbauer is […]
The Department of Labor, the Internal Revenue Service, and the U.S. Treasury Department has announced that as of March 20, 2020, covered employers (those with 500 […]
As businesses large and small face the prospect of contractual breaches due to the impact of COVID-19 and related governmental orders, force majeure provisions and other […]
Shackelford’s Family Law Team is currently fully operational and here to help you and your family during the pandemic. At Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, LLP, […]
What Employers Need to Know about the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) On March 18, 2020 the Senate passed and President Trump signed the FFCRA. […]
COVID-19, commonly referred to as Coronavirus, presents a number of challenges for employers. All employers are encouraged to review guidelines recently published by the Centers for […]
It means “superior force” in French, but for many businesses “force majeure” is a contractual clause that relieves parties from meeting agreed terms when events, such as the spread of coronavirus, reach epidemic proportions.
Defying Coronavirus Guidance on Gatherings Raises Legal Concerns for Teams By Alex Silverman | March 10, 2020 at 3:46 pm ET Sports properties that continue to host […]
South by Southwest, the massive film, music and technology conference that happens in Austin, Texas, every March, has been cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns. The festival organizers announced Friday that “the City of Austin has cancelled the March dates for SXSW and SXSW EDU.”
A number of Shackelford’s Nashville clientele brought home Grammy Awards this year, and even more of our clients received nominations. The grand totals are eleven nominations […]
What an honor for three of our Shackelford attorneys. Keeli Rule, Josh Northam, and Carson Steinbauer all made the 2020 list of the Lawdragon 500 Leading […]