Opening Up America Again – PART I

Opening Up America Again – PART I

 

Opening Up America Again

By William J. Dunaway

When businesses are going to be able to open up again is in the hands of the Nation’s Governors. The federal government issued guidelines on April 16, 2020 titled “Opening Up America Again.” They call for “gating” criteria before entering into a three phase process of business and school openings. In Florida, the Governor’s office said to expect State guidelines “very soon.” We are watching carefully and will update this posting with a more in-depth review soon.

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Meanwhile, if you or your business has a legal question related to this or other COVID-19 issues, please contact us at (850) 434-9200 or www.clarkpartington.com.

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William J. Dunaway practices primarily in the area of environmental and land use law. He has experience in local, state, and federal land use planning and the associated environmental permitting. Will has negotiated environmental matters at the federal, state, and local governmental level. He represents clients before local government commissions, councils, and boards on land use and environmental issues.  Contact Will at 850-208-7020 or wdunaway@clarkpartington.com.

About Clark Partington:

Clark Partington is the largest business focused firm in the Florida panhandle with offices in Pensacola, Destin, Grayton Beach & Tallahassee.  The firm also maintains a presence in South Alabama with an Orange Beach office.  Since 1976 Clark Partington has grown to over forty lawyers and has served the people and businesses of Florida through an innovative and collaborative approach to practicing law.  Our lawyers are consistently recognized for their service to the profession and excellence in the courtroom.  More information about the firm’s practice, its attorneys, and recognitions may be found at www.clarkpartington.com.

This publication should not be construed as legal advice.  Its applicability is dependent upon specific facts and circumstances and is provided for informational purposes only.  You should not act upon this information without seeking advice from a lawyer licensed in your own state.