The New Normal Working Environment. Adjusting to the new normal during the COVID-19 health crisis has been a challenge for many consulting firms.
Environmental risk assessment is evolving with some rapidly emerging and important factors that can’t be ignored. Anyone involved in CRE transactions routinely assesses a wide range of potential risks.
ERIS is pleased to announce that we will continue to fill all city directory orders during the closure of most libraries and agencies across the country, as we cope with the effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Update for our valued customers: The growing global health concern of COVID-19, the coronavirus, is impacting the way each of us goes about our day-to-day work and home life, and how we conduct our business operations.
ERIS is excited to announce that award-winning business journalist Guy Crittenden has joined the team as content developer.
In her new role as Regional Account Manager, Jeanie will work directly with customers and grow ERIS’ commitment to Florida, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.
The United States Supreme Court decided that landowners can sue under state common law for restoration of their properties located within the boundaries of a Superfund site.
Governing is keeping a running tally of coronavirus news and impacts at the intersection of the health and economic crises in the states and localities. Here is what you need to know.
he COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted global and domestic M&A activity. Still, parties continue to identify strategic transactions.
Real property transactions (purchases, leases and foreclosures) need not be put on hold due to uncertainty surrounding the ability to obtain available environmental liability protections.
nvironmentally challenged properties were front and center of many troubled transactions in the last major economic downturn.