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If You’re a Small Boston Business, Don’t Forget the Reopen Boston Fund

If you’re a small business that must physically engage closely with the public through a direct service and have 25 or fewer employees with a brick and mortar space in...

By Bernkopf Goodman on 08.13.2020
Posted In: Client Alerts, COVID-19

Benefits of Captives: They Can Insure Against Pandemics

This article was originally published on the Boston Business Journal's website.  View the article here. What do the overwhelming majority of Fortune 500 companies have in common? They are in the...

Boston Business Journal By Bernkopf Goodman on 07.30.2020
Posted In: Publications, COVID-19

Recording Available: Investing During and After the Pandemic

On Thursday, July 21, Bernkopf Goodman presented the webinar, Investing During and After the Pandemic. Bernkopf's real estate partner Eric Allon led an entertaining and insightful discussion with Randy Cohen,...

By Bernkopf Goodman on 07.24.2020
Posted In: Events, COVID-19

Governor Baker Extends the MA Eviction Moratorium For 60 Days

Today, Governor Charlie Baker extended the pause on evictions and foreclosures for 60 days, until October 17, 2020, through the authority granted to him by Chapter 65 of the Acts...

By Bernkopf Goodman on 07.21.2020
Posted In: Client Alerts

Estate Planning During a Pandemic Presents Tax Savings Window

This article was originally published on the Boston Business Journal's website.  View the article here. The current pandemic has caused death and created dire economic consequences — record unemployment, interest rates...

Boston Business Journal By Bernkopf Goodman on 07.16.2020
Posted In: In The News, Publications

If Your Client’s Home Turns into a Nightmare, Think of St. Thomas Aquinas (Article and Video)

The following blog post was originally posted on The Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts (REBA)  blog.  Read the original post here. Companion Video PowerPoint Presentation Even in the midst of a global...

By Bernkopf Goodman on 07.02.2020
Posted In: In The News, Publications

Century-Old Firm Poised for Successful Future

On July 1, two Bernkopf Goodman partners who have been practicing law for over 50 years, Ken Goldberg and Neil Markson, will wrap up their careers at Bernkopf Goodman to...

By Bernkopf Goodman on 07.01.2020
Posted In: Uncategorized

MA Courts Will Soon Reopen for Business… In Phases of Course

As Massachusetts begins its slow recovery, courthouses will physically reopen to the public on July 13, 2020, for specific expanded purposes. The first phase of additional in-person proceedings will include...

By Bernkopf Goodman on 06.25.2020
Posted In: Client Alerts, COVID-19