Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As we look to move beyond the coronavirus (COVID-19) and have business get back to normal, Vandeventer Black continues to work remotely to deliver the same level of quality, excellence, and timeliness that we have always provided.

Our team of attorneys continues to update and share guidance with our business contacts and are able to assist you with your legal needs.

BANKING & FINANCE

We have helped clients through difficult times before. We are available to offer advice and guidance on all aspects of complex and troubled financial transactions and relationships.

COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS

In commercial transactions, we can assess which party bears the risk of losses caused by a disease outbreak and how force majeure clauses can protect your business interests.

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COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

We can guide your business through the COVID-19 pandemic with Landlord-Tenant Disputes, Lease Workouts, Loan Workouts, Evictions, as well as Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Right.

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COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS

We are available to help community associations continue operating and protect themselves during these extraordinary times.

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CONSTRUCTION & GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS

We monitor and assists clients’ in understanding international, federal, state, and local COVID-19 related guidance and directive changes as they continue evolving, protecting construction and service contract rights, and following related obligations.

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CYBERSECURITY

In the event of a pandemic, your business will have to rely more than ever on its cyber networks to support remote operations. It is critical to review the security you have in place for these systems.

INSURANCE

We can analyze what losses will be covered by your insurance policies.

LABOR & EMPLOYMENT

We can develop policies for your workplace to address employee absences, travel, potential exposure, and telework.

WORKERS' COMPENSATION

We can help your business in the event where a workplace outbreak of the virus leads to workers’ compensation claims.

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