After a tumultuous 2020, many business owners wonder what the economy both in the United States and abroad will look like in the new year. While all the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are far from predictable, the experienced team at the Dallas law firm, Ritter Spencer PLLC, has researched a few possible directions the 2021 economy will go. Read below to learn about our thoughts on economic recovery in 2021 and what businesses can expect.
Construction Lien Claims and the Coronavirus
As the economy continues to recover from the global coronavirus pandemic, property managers and contractors must find ways to ensure they fulfill their contracts and receive payment for their work. While contractors may once have been paid easily and on time after a project, current financial situations complicate payments for construction workers. Construction lien claims are legal tools used to ensure contractors and subcontractors are properly compensated for the work they complete on a project, but the complexity of the Covid-19 pandemic makes this more difficult. Read below to learn more and discover how the Dallas law firm Ritter Spencer helps individuals or businesses file a construction lien claim.
How to Bring Your Business Back After the Coronavirus
One day, the global pandemic surrounding the coronavirus will end, and countries and states will reopen. The question on every business owner’s mind, however, is when this will happen. Both small businesses and massive corporations are struggling through this global humanitarian and economic crisis, and there are a lot of unknowns about the future after this pandemic runs its course. Companies struggling to survive this crisis may wonder what their future will look like and how they can recover. The team at Dallas law firm, Ritter Spencer, is here to advise and support business owners as they work to strengthen their company after the coronavirus.
A First-Hand Glimpse of the War Against the Invisible Enemy
On Tuesday, March 24, 2020, I was admitted to an (intentionally undisclosed) hospital’s Emergency Room for a ruptured appendix, which turned into a five-day, slightly horrific saga. This blog explores the up-close and personal experience I had with the current state of affairs of hospitals during this COVID-19 pandemic and emphasizes the importance of staying home. It is important to preface this blog with the fact that I am healthy now and that the lawyers at Ritter Spencer PLLC continue, from the safety of our respective homes, to advocate for our clients during these unprecedented times.