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06.29.2021 // Uncategorized
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W3NtYXJ0c2xpZGVyMyBzbGlkZXI9IjEiXQo=Kelly M. Corcoran Orlando, Florida
05.21.2021 // Announcements
Our Portland office has been ranked in Chambers USA 2021
Ball Janik LLP is pleased to announce that its Portland office has been ranked in Chambers USA 2021 in the areas of Litigation: General Commercial and Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use in Oregon. Three of our firm’s partners were recognized as leaders in their fields in Oregon as follows:   Real Estate – Steve Janik Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use – Steve...
05.04.2021 // NEWS
Health and Wellness Embraced Well Before COVID-19, but Firms Have Bolstered Offerings, published in Law.com's Mid-Market Report
The issue of mental health and wellness has long been a chief subject in the legal industry. Given the world around us and the current stresses we all face, this vital topic has become even more critical. Law firms are seeing an increased awareness focused on a wide range of subjects for well-being and mental...
04.14.2021 // NEWS
“Responding to a Disaster,” published in the Oregon State Bar Bulletin
The wildfires that impacted Oregon in late 2020 were devastating for the residents in the western and southern areas of the state. But the legal community and other volunteers came together quickly to donate their time and expertise and aid in the recovery. Ball Janik's own Damian Hall was key to these efforts. In a feature article published in the Oregon...
04.07.2021 // NEWS
Retention and Succession Planning Is Critical for Client Loyalty, published in Law.com's The Mid-Market Report
A large part of the U.S. population is reaching retirement age. As they do and a huge wave of baby boomers march into retirement, law firms are shifting resources and focusing on business continuity plans, including recruitment, retention, crisis response, and succession planning. Steve Janik, Heather Oden, and Jim Prichard are highlighted in an article...
04.02.2021 // Construction Defect
Florida Construction Defect Proposal Unfair to Homeowners, published in Law360
Florida homeowners already face many hurdles when it comes to filing suit against a builder for defective construction. Large builders and lobbyists make it even more difficult with a new bill proposed by Florida Rep. Alex Andrade. In an article published on April 1, 2021, Nick Vargo and Greg Demers discuss House Bill 21, which adds more...
03.25.2021 // CONSTRUCTION LAW WATCH
DEMOLITION OF HOMEOWNERS’ RIGHTS AGAINST FAULTY CONSTRUCTION: a discussion about the requirements under Florida’s Chapter 558 Notice of Construction Defects and proposed legislation.
Typically, the most important, and largest, purchase in a person’s life is their home. Due to negligence in the construction industry, many homes are built with construction defects that require tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in repairs. In the last five years, numerous large builders have settled claims with the Office of the...
03.17.2021 // NEWS
“Responding to a Disaster,” published in the Oregon State Bar Bulletin
The wildfires in western and southern Oregon were devastating for the residents in the area. But the legal community and other volunteers came together quickly to donate their time, expertise, and aid in the recovery. Ball Janik's own Damian Hall was key to these efforts. In a feature article published on March 15, Hall and professionals...
03.01.2021 // NEWS
Worldwide Interest Apportionment and Sales Tax, published in Bloomberg Tax & Accounting
In an article published on February 14, 2021, Ciaran Connelly is highlighted in a feature article regarding Bloomberg’s expert analysis on current issues in tax practice and policy. In the article, Connelly addresses the SEC’s enforcement action against Ripple, and he discusses the implications and liabilities surrounding digital currencies similar to bitcoin. The legal precedence...
02.11.2021 // NEWS
SEC’s View That Crypto Tokens Are Securities Causes Legal Woes for Ripple, published in Bloomberg Law
The SEC’s enforcement action against Ripple and its principals illustrates the factors used to determine if a digital asset is a security. In an article published on February 11, 2021, Ciaran Connelly discusses the implications and liabilities surrounding digital currencies similar to bitcoin. The legal precedence is rapidly changing and blockchain companies should be careful...