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COVID-19: What a Lender Can Do to Prepare for the Inevitable Defaults Part 2

COVID-19: What a Lender Can Do to Prepare for the Inevitable Defaults Part 2

March 31, 2020

A panel of Carlton Fields attorneys discuss issues facing the industry, including governmental takings of private property for public use during crisis and updates on the civil court system (state and federal, including bankruptcy), tools to use in crisis, labor and employment matters, and demands for forbearance.

COVID-19: What a Lender Can Do to Prepare for the Inevitable Defaults

COVID-19: What a Lender Can Do to Prepare for the Inevitable Defaults

March 19, 2020

A panel of Carlton Fields attorneys discuss issues facing the industry, including continuing advances on lines of credit, nonmonetary defaults, pre-and post-bankruptcy issues, force majeure, due diligence, forbearance issues, and foreclosure issues.

Canna We Talk Cannabis? Not So Patently Obvious: Patent Infringement in the Cannabis Industry

Canna We Talk Cannabis? Not So Patently Obvious: Patent Infringement in the Cannabis Industry

March 2, 2020

There are many obstacles and complexities that cannabis companies face in securing IP rights on their products. In this podcast, Carlton Fields intellectual property attorney Coy Stull discusses a pending patent infringement case involving two cannabis companies and the key takeaways for entities selling CBD products.

Practice Makes Perfect: Mock Oral Arguments and Effective Oral Advocacy

Practice Makes Perfect: Mock Oral Arguments and Effective Oral Advocacy

February 19, 2020

The key to successful oral advocacy is effective preparation. In this podcast, Carlton Fields attorneys Gary Sasso, Peter Webster, and Christine Davis discuss the importance of mock oral arguments in preparing for oral arguments on appeal and in trial court proceedings.

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