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Small Business Options to Help S. Florida Businesses Survive Coronavirus

The Daily Business Review published an article by Jane Muir regarding Coronavirus relief options for small businesses. Since Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez ordered “nonessential retail and commercial establishments” to be closed on March 19 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, many predicted an economic impact. South Florida small businesses are already experiencing the effects. Some, like groceries, wine Read More

Coronavirus Claims and Contracts

If you have commercial liability insurance, it is possible that loss of revenue due to Coronavirus could be a covered loss. Michal Meiler, who is a member of Miami-Dade FAWL and an insurance coverage attorney with Ver Ploeg & Marino, gave a very detailed description of potential coverage options in our webinar on April 16. Jane Muir's portion of the presentation deals with excuses for non-performance on a Read More

Florida Lawyers Step Up to Assist Struggling Businesses

The Florida Bar News reported on the efforts of Jane Muir to assist businesses struggling with business interruption due to Coronavirus, which appeared on the front page of the April 14, 2020 edition of the newspaper. Florida lawyers are becoming a lifeline for businesses hoping to qualify for government aid in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Miami practitioner Jane Muir is keeping up with the latest state and Read More

Coronavirus Response – What You Need to Know

Jane Muir published an article in Miami's Community Newspapers. "Now that we are all “social-distancing” and trying to “flatten the curve,” we are starting to feel the effects of coronavirus isolation. Many of our local companies have been ordered to close, as “non-essential retail and commercial establishments.” Whether we are working from home, attempting to home school our children, or hoarding supplies, Read More

Inc. Magazine – Is it just a Slump?

Personal Finance Writer Helaine Olen, writing for Inc. Magazine asked, "Is It Just a Slump, or Should You Call It Quits? Here's How to Tell; Sometimes grit wins out--but sometimes you have to know when to walk away" in an article published in the Winter 2018/19 edition of the publication. "Alexis Tryon co-founded Artsicle in NYC in 2010 to sell original art online to the masses--people wanting to decorate their Read More

Investiture of Dawn Denaro – Happiness at Work

On October 5, 2018, Hon. Dawn Denaro celebrated her Investiture as a Judge on the 11th Judicial Circuit. The Hon. Bertila Soto, Chief Judge of the 11th Judicial Circuit, presided over the Investiture. Former Judge Ariana Fajardo, who is now the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, delivered the invocation. Deborah Baker, member of the Florida Bar Board of Governors, spoke on behalf of the Florida Read More

Buzzfeed Cites Jane Muir – How to Master Your Email

Jane Muir was included in an article by Yitzi Weiner for Authority Magazine, entitled "400 Tips To Master Your Email and Have a Stress-Free Inbox." Jane's tips were: 1. It is impossible to advance your own goals if you allow yourself to be distracted by requests for attention from others constantly arriving in your inbox. Start with the decision that you set your own agenda, and that agenda takes priority over the Read More

What is a lien? Business News Daily Asked Jane Muir

Matt D'Angelo authored an article, "What is a lien?" For Business News Daily. "Lenders need to protect their investments. It's the reason why loan processes can involve weeks of due diligence. It's also why many lenders have to secure the loan – if you can't meet your monthly payments, they sell assets you've put up as collateral to try and cover their loss. This security usually involves a lien, which is a Read More

Business.com cites Jane Muir on “How to Turn Your Struggling Startup Around”

Bennett Conlin wrote an article for Business.com, citing Jane Muir on August 28, 2018. "Taking your startup from the brink of failure to a place of growth takes planning and help from others. Learn how to build your business up from a low point. When your startup struggles, it can be demoralizing. You turned your great idea into a business, and now it's barely staying above water. You're scrambling daily to pay the Read More

Fupping cites Jane Muir, “Charge More and Daily Routine”

Zak Parker authored an article entitled, "How To Reduce The Number Of Hours You Work Without Sacrificing Quality" for Fupping.com, citing Jane Muir's advice on Daily Routine. Daily Routine "Sometimes, the only person standing in the way of working less is yourself. Maybe you feel responsible for everything, or guilty when things don't get done, or your perfectionism will not allow you to finish a project. If so, Read More