Mack Paul, a partner in our firm’s Real Estate and Land Use practice group, joined two other local business leaders in an interview with Triangle Business Journal (TBJ) regarding their business outlook for 2021.
Asked “Based on the information you have now, how do you see your company performing in 2021? What do you think will emerge as opportunities and potential headwinds for your business?”, Mack responded “As 2021 begins, we expect continued strong demand from our business clients confronting Covid-caused challenges. We are helping pharmaceutical companies continue their work on vaccines and therapies. Clients continue to need assistance with pandemic-related protocols and transitions with employees. We are working with many clients whose supply chains were disrupted as they solve those issues. And we are fielding an unprecedented number of calls from investors and real estate developers looking to get into a market known for its knowledge workers, wonderful amenities and healthy environment. Also, the productivity of our attorneys, and I suspect many others who have work at this time, is through the roof. The anxiety, sadness and boredom brought on by this pandemic has been largely channeled into work. Once we are all vaccinated later this year, we could see a mass exodus for a much-needed break in Tahiti. My hope and belief is that the local businesses, nonprofits and industries that require face-to-face interactions will see a massive resurgence.”