Will the Government Intervene in Florida’s Struggling Film Industry?

August 25, 2021

Legislative incentives might not be imminent, but there are plans in development that could bring movies and TV back to the Sunshine State It might surprise you to learn that in 2006, Florida was the number three film destination in the entire country. Only Southern California and New York drew more revenue from the film

The Factors Needed for a Complete Recovery in Florida’s Hotel Industry

August 4, 2021

Vacationers, business travelers, and cruise ships could all make the difference as the state’s hospitality industry bounces back It's no secret that Florida's hotel industry relies on out-of-state and international travelers to keep it thriving. And for the most part, the industry has been recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic quite well, at least compared to

3 Ways CRE Investors Can Deal with Post-COVID Economic Uncertainty

June 9, 2021

The post-pandemic world could be volatile, but there are some steps investors can take to minimize their risk COVID-19 has created an unpredictable economic environment. And even though we're moving toward strong economic growth and the possible end of the pandemic, at least in the United States, some uncertainty remains. First, we don't know for

The Looming Legal Challenges of COVID-19

August 12, 2020

Justice lawyer corona concept A pandemic for the litigious age COVID-19 has come to mean many things to many people, from a global public health crisis to a logistical nightmare to a political hot potato. It has also presented a new set of legal challenges. With lockdowns, re-openings, and a hodgepodge of rules, business owners