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What You Need To Know About Business in 2021

Attorney Tim Mortimer discusses the timeliness of “Force Majeure” 2020 has taught us that landlords and tenants, alike, have been ambushed by unforeseen circumstances.  As business closures occurred, commercial tenants were unable to pay their rent.  Without monthly rent payments, landlords have been unable to pay their mortgages.  In some cases, landlords have been willing […]

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What You Need To Know About Business In 2021.

Ross Perkal, Special Counsel at L4SB has spent the majority of 2020 working in self quarantine. He has some specific thoughts on how the challenges of 2020 can make for a better 2021. As 2020 ends and 2021 looms on the horizon, most of us are sharing some level of apprehension.  2020 taught us to […]

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Cyber Holiday Sale- All Week Long!

25% off site wide* 1 Free Year of Registered Agent Service with Purchase of Anonymous LLC L4SB is helping you get ready for the holidays all week long. Enter CYBER2020! at checkout to unlock the savings. Form a company. Register a trademark. Consult with a business attorney. Consult with a tax attorney. Consult with a […]

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COVID-19 Public Health Orders: What they mean for your business

UPDATE: Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has ordered a two-week shelter-in-place to begin Monday, November 16, 2020. During that time, all non-essential businesses have been ordered to close, other businesses have been ordered to reduce capacity, and restaurants have been restricted to take-out and curbside service only. Click here to view the November 13, 2020 Public […]

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Office Space Post COVID-19

Office space was already evolving prior to the pandemic of 2020. Now its set to change again in ways no one could have predicted less than a year ago. Office space was changing pre- COVID 19.  Cubicles had given way to wall-less open spaces and communal work areas.  Now, the inspired “collaborative” office layout that […]

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What Is a Land Lord’s Lien?

Most commercial leases include a Land Lord’s Lien Clause and many business owners don’t understand that magnitude of it. A Land Lord’s Lien is generally a clause written into a lease. What the clause does is allow a Land Lord to keep the property within a leased space should the tenant default on the payment […]

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Why Can’t I Just Terminate My Lease?

Wanting out of your commercial lease does not mean you can get out. Needing to terminate a commercial lease comes up often, and especially now with the current situation in the world. The bottom line is, commercial leases are governed primarily and solely by the lease itself, unlike residential tenants who enjoy certain protections under […]

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Pay-if-paid vs. Pay-when-paid in Construction Contracts

What every subcontractor really needs to understand. One little word in a contract can make a big difference. Take for example the word “if” and the word “when”. If you are a subcontractor, your ability to get paid and when that payment will happen is dependent on whether the word “if” or the word “when” […]

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Understanding Contracts: How do Security Interests work?

Last Updated: No update. New article. Contracts are at the heart of business. At their simplest, contracts are the formalized agreement between two (or more) parties spelling out what each party is required to do and what benefit they’re expecting to get in return. But what happens when one party doesn’t — or can’t — […]

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