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Power Shifts as COVID-19 Closures Affect Commercial Rental Markets

Los Angeles has long been the home of a major power imbalance between renters and tenants. For the past couple decades, there simply has not been enough supply to match demand. Los Angeles has a red-hot job market, the weather is phenomenal, and because we almost...

Breach of Contract Defenses During COVID-19

When entering into a contract, parties often look to protect themselves should matters go awry. It is not a pleasant thought or exercise to go through, but it is one every practical person and business should make in order to ensure that the business will succeed, no...

Tenant Evictions in the Wake of COVID-19

On March 16, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom issued Executive Order N-28-20, which authorized cities to suspend evictions of renters in an effort to promote housing and community stability in a highly uncertain time. The order recognized that many Californians are (or...

Protect Your Business Against Coronavirus Scams

Snake oil salesmen are growing their business these days, and are looking for you. Privacy really matters during tough times. We urge you to monitor the technology that keeps your business image going, your website, social media and all the matters that protect your...

The CARES Act and How It Can Help Your Small Business

On Friday March 27, 2020, the President signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law, offering much needed lifelines for businesses everywhere, specifically small businesses. In order for a small business to take advantage of this...

How Employers Can Keep Employees during the COVID-19 Crisis

California employers have faced an adjustment in their work routines, hours and productivity since mid-March of this year. There are many factors to consider, but if you are a business owner looking to keep your top workers there is a State benefit that may help you...

Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020

On March 18, 2020, H.R. 6201, otherwise known as the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, was signed into law. The law introduces measures to help those impacted by the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. Here at Shenon Law Group, we are actively familiarizing...

Moratorium On Evictions

COVID-19, or the Coronavirus, has struck with a force that no one was able to prepare for. Not only that, but the pandemic is so dynamic and ever changing, that Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti had to issue orders escalating from a Local Emergency, touting preparation,...

Protect Your Business Against Coronavirus Scams

Snake oil salesmen are growing their business these days, and are looking for you. Privacy really matters during tough times. We urge you to monitor the technology that keeps your business image going, your website, social media and all the matters that protect your...

The CARES Act and How It Can Help Your Small Business

On Friday March 27, 2020, the President signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law, offering much needed lifelines for businesses everywhere, specifically small businesses. In order for a small business to take advantage of this...

How Employers Can Keep Employees during the COVID-19 Crisis

California employers have faced an adjustment in their work routines, hours and productivity since mid-March of this year. There are many factors to consider, but if you are a business owner looking to keep your top workers there is a State benefit that may help you...

Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020

On March 18, 2020, H.R. 6201, otherwise known as the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, was signed into law. The law introduces measures to help those impacted by the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. Here at Shenon Law Group, we are actively familiarizing...

Moratorium On Evictions

COVID-19, or the Coronavirus, has struck with a force that no one was able to prepare for. Not only that, but the pandemic is so dynamic and ever changing, that Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti had to issue orders escalating from a Local Emergency, touting preparation,...

Courts Are Closed, But You Have A Legal Emergency. Now What?

To borrow from President Franklin D. Roosevelt, “today is a day that will live in infamy”. As a result of the on-going coronavirus epidemic, on March 17, 2020 the Honorable Kevin C. Brazile issued a General Order that, in effect, shut down civil access to our justice...

Shenon Law’s Potential with Potential Clients

Whenever the phone rings at Shenon Law, we treat all callers as individuals who may be interested in forming the attorney-client relationship with our firm. This means we ask a lot of questions that might seem somewhat odd or invasive: When did this happen? Are you...

AB&G Attorneys Named 2020 Super Lawyers

The January 2020 edition of the Super Lawyers Magazine includes the annual list of attorneys recognized as the year’s best. Lee Kanon Alpert was recognized in the area of Government Relations, Business & Corporate and Real Estate matters, Gary L. Barr for Business...

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