Recession? CEOs say that so far, it’s a no-show in South Florida

Aug 28, 2019

CEOs were asked: There is increasing talk of a recession hitting in the next 18 months or so. What signs of weaknesses, if any, have you seen in your company’s business recently?

If the economy falters, local companies are prepared

Aug 26, 2019

South Florida CEOs were asked: Various indicators are now showing signs that a downturn may be ahead. What would this look like for your organization? More broadly, what are your greatest concerns for...

EB-5 visas are about to get more expensive

Aug 26, 2019

The developers behind Jupiter shopping center Harbourside Place was sued by EB-5 investors, who alleged the developer attempted to defraud them out of millions.

Florida’s New Remote Notarization Law to Benefit Foreign Investors

Aug 26, 2019

On June 7, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law permitting remote online notarization adding Florida to the growing list of states that permit notaries to perform notarizations online for ...

Trump Administration Rolls Out More Stringent EB 5 Foreign Investment Visa Rules

Aug 26, 2019

Foreign investors will have to put in a minimum of $900,000, up from the previous $500,000 base, starting Nov. 21.

CEOs consider whether Miami is the ideal spot for a soccer team and stadium

Aug 26, 2019

CEOs were asked: Does Miami need a soccer team — and if so, should the city be leasing out land to a private entity to build a stadium?

CEOs are planning for climate change and sea level rise

Aug 26, 2019

A cyclist and vehicles negotiate heavily flooded streets as rain falls on Sept. 23, 2014, in Miami Beach, Fla. Certain neighborhoods regularly experience flooding during heavy rains and extreme high t...

Lost paradise at the Palm House

Aug 26, 2019

The planned $91M hotel-condo project has been a case study in EB-5 fraud, leaving investors in the lurch and an unfinished building in its wake

Seeking solutions for America’s student loan debt

Aug 26, 2019

CEOs were asked: School has just ended, and students are graduating — some with more debt than others. What should be done to alleviate the student debt burden in America? Should there be a mass cance...

Immigration Attorney José Latour Keeps Things Interesting in Demanding Field

Aug 26, 2019

Over the course of his career the Miami-based lawyer has found the time to navigate immigration law, work on behalf of the federal government, release music, and even help to pioneer online legal writ...

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