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- Blog: TSMP ForefrontComing for lawyers soon: digital disruptionPosted on September 4, 2017 by After banking, retail, transport and hospitality, legal profession could be the next area of disruption, which law firms will have to embrace to survive it WINTER IS COMING
- Blog: Real Estate Advisor Law BlogStreet Food Gone UpscalePosted on August 30, 2017 by Scott Kadish“Street Food” has generally referred to prepared food items ready for immediate consumption sold on the street or in a public space from a food cart, food truck or similar moveable station. The connotation was cheaper fast food. Today, “street food” is a unique, trendy selling point. There is Piada Italian Street Food that brands… Continue Reading
- Blog: Real Estate Law BlogVancouver Introduces Empty Homes TaxPosted on July 11, 2017 by Edward WilsonNOTE: The below article is a shortened version summarizing material information regarding the Empty Homes Tax. Click here for the full version including additional commentary and examples. 1. Vancouver’s new Empty Homes Tax became effective January 1, 2017. Targeting the approximately 10,000 year-round empty and 10,000 under-occupied homes in Vancouver, homes which are unoccupied for... Continue Reading
- Blog: Infrastructure Law and Policy BlogMichigan Legislators Introduce Soo Locks Modernization ActPosted on June 19, 2017 by Andrew J. SwitalskiRecent events at the federal level indicate that the Soo Locks Modernization Project may soon take a giant leap forward. At this month’s Detroit Regional Chamber Mackinac Policy Conference, members of Michigan’s Congressional delegation announced plans to introduce legislation to finance improvements to the Soo Locks. The Soo Locks Modernization Act, sponsored by Sen. Stabenow and Rep. Jack Bergman, would direct the Army Corps of Engineers to carry out construction of a second large lock to supplement the aging Poe Lock. As we have previously noted, the Poe Lock is currently the o...