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Many families, especially those with high net worth, are deeply interested and involved with philanthropy. Over the last several years, such families have transformed their vision of philanthropy from giving to a number of charitable organizations to strategic philanthropy – funding particular projects for charitable organizations.
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As we all know, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted lives in unimaginable ways. For many business owners, particularly small business owners, it has caused significant financial turmoil and uncertainty. Fortunately for small business owners in Jacksonville, Florida, the City Council activated a COVID-19 Business Community Relief Loan Program (the “City of Jacksonville Program”) to help local businesses keep their doors open.
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Greetings from the Smith, Gambrell & Russell Litigation Blog: During challenging times like these, everyone could use a trusted advisor. With this in mind, the SGR Litigation Blog presents a three-part post entitled “They Don’t Call Us ‘Counselor’ for Nothing.” We hope you enjoy this series, which examines how attorneys counsel their clients by doing more than just providing legal advice. They Don’t Call Us “Counselor” For Nothing: Part One of Three The title “counselor” is often applied to lawyers; however, it connotes far more than one who gives legal advice. We have ethical and professional responsibilities to “counsel” clients,… Read more
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