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    To Breach or Not to Breach: Contract Performance During the Pandemic

    September 21, 2021By Byron Acosta

    Aside from the health and social toll that COVID-19 has wreaked on the global community, the Pandemic has upended the way modern business is conducted. Although the internet has been around for several decades, COVID-19 shattered and perhaps permanently altered the way commerce is conducted. Some companies were forced to transition entirely online to stay […]

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    Debt Collectors: Big Winners in the Pandemic

    July 27, 2021By Gerald Lane

    Some debt collectors had a record year in 2020, and some debt-buying companies saw record profits. One reason for this success is that many Americans received stimulus checks, breaks on rent, and higher unemployment benefits. These benefits left Americans with thousands of extra dollars in cash and more willing to pay off their old debts. […]

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    COVID Chronicles: The Pros and Cons to the Paycheck Protection Program

    April 7, 2021By Jourdan Porter

    As most can agree, the year of 2020 was absolutely devastating for our world. For the first time in over 100 years, a pandemic hit and took everyone by surprise. The virus, COVID-19, began to infect millions of people and our country took a turn for the worst. Many Americans lost their jobs, small businesses […]

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    Not the Kodak Moment We Expected

    April 2, 2021By Gerald Lane

    On August 26, 2020, a class action complaint was filed against Kodak for violations of federal securities laws. The complaint alleged that Eastman Kodak (“Kodak”) and its Executive Chairman, James V. Continenza (“Continenza”), made materially false and/or misleading statements and failed to disclose key information regarding the statements. These statements were related to COVID-19, so […]

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