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Inflation Risk is to the Downside and The Fed Will Need to Slow Down

Luke Tilley |
Wilmington Wire
Stock market depression concept. Digital illustration

May 2, 2022—Inflation risk is to the downside for the first time in more than a year and the Federal Reserve (Fed) is likely to hike less than the current market pricing of 10 more hikes (+2.5%) this year. Price pressures were already set to ebb of their own accord even before the Fed set out on a path to tighten financial conditions. The Fed has only hiked once, by 0.


May 2022 Monthly Tip – Custody Battles can be Fierce…over the Pets: Protect Pets in Divorce

Sharon L. Klein |
Divorce Monthly Tips
French bulldog with two hands divorce isolated

Our Monthly Tip, as featured in Family Lawyer Magazine: In celebration of national pet month, let the month of May serve as a reminder to protect our beloved four-legged friends. It should come as no surprise to animal lovers that the majority of pet owners (85% of dog owners and 76% of cat owners according to an American Veterinary Medical Association Pet Ownership and Demographics Sourcebook) consider their fuzzy friends to be members of the family.


The State of Our Cities: Recasting the Shadow Left by COVID

Capital Considerations with Tony Roth

April 20—After COVID took hold in 2020, many of those who could high-tailed it out of the crowded cities where they worked and headed for home offices in the ‘burbs, as office buildings gathered dust. Today, although rents have bounced back from all-time lows and then some,  working remotely is still very much with us—as is the virus to an extent.