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When Can Force Majeure Clause Be Invoked?

It’s been an interesting year for force majeure clauses. After a 1,300-foot container ship blocked the Suez Canal for six days in March 2021, stranding hundreds of other ships carrying construction materials and supplies, industrial projects around the world went on...

Force Majeure Clauses in Commercial Leases

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on businesses across the United States, forcing many to shutter down temporarily and subsequently putting economic strain on commercial tenants and landlords. Because lockdown and social distancing orders have temporarily closed...

Understanding Forbearance Agreements

Are you a business owner facing foreclosure on your brick and mortar? Do you rent a commercial property but are unable to make rent due to the coronavirus? Understanding forbearance agreements in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic is as paramount as ever before....

Commercial Foreclosure & Creative Alternatives

You invested in commercial property because it seemed like a profitable endeavor that would widen your portfolio, provide steady cash income, and expand your tax advantages. You may even be a business owner who invested to own and operate their business property....

How to Handle Commercial Landlord-Tenant Disputes

It’s an unfortunate situation as a landlord: You lease your commercial space to a prospective and promising business or entrepreneur. Instead of having the smooth and successful transaction you wish for, they fail to pay rent, leaving you with a difficult decision and...

The Most Costly Mistakes of CFC Shareholders

The Most Costly Mistakes of CFC Shareholders that Catch the Attention of the IRS Part Eight: Deducting Foreign Tax Credits Paid by a CFC Introduction For those who are or will be involved in international business and investment transactions, it is important to have...

Rent Relief in Pennsylvania: What You Need to Know

September 30, 2020 was the deadline for Pennsylvania residents to apply for federal coronavirus relief. Under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, tenants who are unable to pay rent are protected from eviction and late fees. Now that the...

COVID-19 & the Construction Industry

How has COVID-19 impacted the construction industry in Pennsylvania? Even though building projects have resumed across Pennsylvania, the construction industry is still facing new and unprecedented challenges in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. How has the pandemic...

Business Taxes & July 15 Tax Deadline

The federal income tax deadline was extended to Wednesday, July 15, 2020 in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. July 15 is also the deadline for filing state income taxes in Pennsylvania. Are you filing your business taxes late? If you’re a small business owner and...

Real Estate Agreements in Pennsylvania: What You Need to Know

Are you in the market for commercial real estate? Whether you’re buying or selling commercial property in Pennsylvania, there are many elements that constitute the process, including the sales agreement. What is a real estate agreement, and what are the laws and...

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