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Philip Rosen Participates in Webinar, “South Florida Retail Outlook: What is the Impact of COVID-19 on South Florida’s Retail Sector?”

Becker Shareholder Philip Rosen shared his expertise alongside a panel of retail leaders to discuss the impact of the coronavirus on South Florida retail and what the region can expect during the second half of 2020. The webinar was presented by Shopping Center Business and Southeast Real Estate Business. Watch the replay here.  

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Webinar: What Lies Beneath the COVID-19 Financial Landscape? A Look at the Current Financial and Legal Issues Created by the Pandemic

The instability of the global financial markets has businesses in flux as they reassess their risk management approaches following the COVID-19 crisis. This webinar explores the state of the financial environment from an economics standpoint with an eye toward what is forthcoming. We encourage leaders of small to mid-cap businesses, developers, private equity, and institutional […]

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Webinar: Article 9 for Business Preservation, Not Just for Liquidation

The International Factoring Association, Northeast Chapter presents an informative webinar on Article 9 for Business Preservation, Not Just for Liquidation. Join Becker Shareholder Paul Shur, Second Wind Consultants President Aaron Todrin, and Becker Associate Attorney Samantha Lesser as they discuss how a consensual sale of business assets can be arranged, the benefits when compared to […]

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Nasdaq Provides Temporary Emergency Relief to Issuers from Shareholder Approval Requirements in Response to COVID-19

Due to the dramatic impact that the spread of COVID-19 continues to have on businesses, the SEC approved with immediate effect a rule change proposed by the Nasdaq Stock Market to provide listed companies with a temporary exception to its shareholder approval requirements for certain private placements and a related limited exception concerning insider participation […]

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Becker Attorneys Win Dismissal of New Jersey Action on Jurisdictional Grounds

On April 30, 2020, a New Jersey state Superior Court judge dismissed with prejudice a complaint against a Mexican resort owner filed by a guest in connection with an incident that allegedly occurred at the resort. Becker attorneys Robert Rabinowitz and Sarah Klein represented the defendant in the case. The case was filed in New […]

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BeckerNorth Newsletter – April 2020

As you know, we have been frequently communicating to you during this period of crisis to offer our support and advice on the numerous issues confronting all of us. Fortunately, we have had the necessary infrastructure in place since the beginning, which has allowed us to continue to provide uninterrupted, high-level service to our clients […]

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Financial Services Shareholder Paul Shur Ranked Band 1 by Chambers USA

Becker is pleased to announce that Financial Services Shareholder Paul Shur has been recognized in the 2020 edition of Chambers USA, one of the most esteemed legal guides in the world. Paul is recognized as among the top attorneys in both Banking & Finance and Corporate/M&A. This year, Paul received a Band 1 ranking in […]

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COVID-19 and FINRA Arbitrations – FINRA Announcement on Postponements

Due to COVID-19, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority said Monday that it has postponed all in-person arbitration and mediation proceedings scheduled through July 3. Parties that have an in-person hearing or mediation session scheduled through this date will be contacted by FINRA staff to reschedule or discuss remote scheduling options. Previously, in-person proceedings were postponed […]

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Nasdaq Adopts Emergency Temporary Relief Due to the Spread of COVID-19

As a result of the market uncertainty unleashed by the COVID-19 crisis, the Nasdaq Stock Market (“Nasdaq”) has seen an increased number of issuers become non-compliant with its continued listing requirements for maintaining a minimum bid price and the market value of publicly-held shares (hereinafter “Price Requirements”). On April 17, 2020, in order to avoid […]

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