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2020 – Jozette V. Chack-On recently attended the Nancy Crown Memorial Dedication Ceremony. The event was held at The Tempo at Encore in Tampa, Florida. The Crown Theatre was dedicated to the memory of Nancy Crown. Ms. Crown’s legacy will be her work and dedication to the development of affordable housing throughout the United States,...
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2020 – Riviera Beach Housing Authority (“RBHA”) recently celebrated the grand opening of Heron Estates Senior. The 101-unit senior living facility was built on 6.5 acres of a 15-acre site. The project was made possible through a partnership between RBHA and Housing Trust Group (“HTG”). The $23.8 million tax credit/tax-exempt bond project was funded in...
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By David J. Tong, Esq. The President signed the Small Business Reorganization Act, which takes effect in mid-February 2020. It changes many Chapter 11 practices for business debtors with total debts under $2,725,625 (secured and unsecured). Found in a part of Chapter 11 known as Subchapter V, the new law attempts to streamline bankruptcy proceedings...
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Saxon|Gilmore celebrated Paralegals’ Day as a way of thanking our hard-working team.  
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2019 – Jozette V. Chack-On, a partner at Saxon Gilmore & Carraway, P.A. (“Saxon|Gilmore”), attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the Venice Housing Authority’s Venetian Walk II project The 52-unit housing project will consist of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. There will also be a “tot lot” playground and a community center. The first phase of...
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By Paul M. Quin, Esq. A Los Angeles jury recently returned a verdict finding that Katy Perry’s 2013 hit song, “Dark Horse”, violated a prior copyright attached to a 2009 Christian song called “Joyful Noise.” Katy Perry and four other songwriters as well as the label and distributors were all found liable for damages to...
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Saxon|Gilmore is pleased to announce that Ricardo Gilmore, senior partner and co-founder of Saxon|Gilmore, has received the 2019 Outstanding Individual Award at the Florida Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (FAHRO) convention. The 2019 Outstanding Individual award is in recognition of his “exceptional practice and quality of service”. Mr. Gilmore has practiced law for more...
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  For the third year in a row, Saxon|Gilmore participated in “Red Nose Day.” In the last five years, over $190 million has been raised to help end child poverty. Money raised through Red Nose Day has positively impacted over 16 Million children in America and around the world.   May 23, 2019 was the...
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By Paul M. Quin, Esq. The running of a successful band should be considered no different than running a more traditional business. As a business must protect its intellectual property so must a band, including the right to use its own name exclusively. A Trademark is used when a company, business, or in this case...
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By Paul M. Quin, Esq. Any artist who has ever dealt in any way with a record label understands the importance of leverage. A new and essentially unknown artist, almost regardless of talent, has little room to obtain a more favorable deal than the one initially offered. As artists prove their commercial appeal, of course,...
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