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A Guide to Co-Parenting Amidst COVID-19

By September 3, 2020

By Lindsay B. Haber As the legal industry continues to address the latest challenges and issues presented by COVID-19, the family court system is adjusting by holding hearings and mediations virtually. But what about the parents? Children are looking to their parents for a sense of normalcy, which can be …

Alan J. Kluger

Mansion Global – Collections That Inspire: Inside the homes of two Miami art lovers (November 21, 2018)

By November 21, 2018

Download this article – PDF Collections That Inspire Inside the homes of two Miami art lovers Whether decorating with a collection of living local artists or celebrating the contribution of African and African-American artists, the background of said artist can have a direct effect on the finished product. Join Mansion …

Bruce A. Katzen

Reflecting on the Americans with Disabilities Act

By July 23, 2014

July 26 marks the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a landmark law passed in 1990 that for first time in our history created nationwide standards for combating discrimination against people with disabilities in employment, transportation, public accommodation, communications, tele-communications relay services and government activities. The Act has …