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New Colorado Supreme Court Ruling Brings Clarity to CARES ACT Requirements

An important legal ruling was issued on May 15th by the Colorado Supreme Court: it confirmed that the CARES Act

VAWA Update from HUD

VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) Update

       The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) just recently issued a press release where they

White House Renters Plan

This morning the White House released a plan to pursue a “Renters Bill of Rights.”  We understand the importance of

Legislation Introduced to End Federal CARES Act Notice to Vacate

Legislation Introduced to End Federal CARES Act Notice to Vacate

On September 30, 2022, Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) introduced the “Respect State Housing Laws Act” (H.R.9062), federal legislation that would end the CARES

A Day in the Life of Michael Bell, Director of Client Relations

There are people that provide a great customer experience, and then there are those who provide exceptional experiences. However, very

Employee Retention

D&I and Employee Retention

The nation is going through a major shift.      A shocking report published by Forbes estimates that turnover is

L&B Guide to Evictions After the CDC Order

Now that the Supreme Court has affirmed that the CDC’s Order is invalid, we know that our clients all have

Supreme Court Decision regarding The Eviction Moratorium

The Supreme Court Lifts the Federal Eviction Moratorium

Thursday evening, the Supreme Court issued an Opinion that blocked the Biden administration’s recently reissued CDC Order, which had protected

Recent updates - CDC Eviction Moratorium and More

Recent updates regarding the CDC Eviction Moratorium and more.

First, the Supreme Court Ruling.   Late yesterday, a divided US Supreme Court ruled that it would NOT alter the

Disparate Impact, Algorithmic Bias and Fair Housing

Disparate Impact, Algorithmic Bias and Fair Housing.

In the multifamily industry, we have all received an ample amount of Fair Housing Training. We have secret shops and

SC: In-Person Proceedings in the Summary Courts to Resume March 15, 2021

The Supreme Court of South Carolina issued an Order on February 26, 2021, which stated that in-person hearings can resume

Ways to celebrate Black History Month at work

Black History month is commonly celebrated in our youth. In school, we learn about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and

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