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Employment and Labor

When are COVID-19 Policies a “Business Necessity”? The EEOC’s New Guidance on Navigating the Post-Pandemic Workplace

On July 12, 2022, The Equal Opportunity Employment Commission  (EEOC) updated its guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act as...

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Casualty Litigation

SCOTUS Greenlights Florida State’s Medicaid Lien on Settlement Proceeds for Future Medical Expenses

On June 6, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Gallardo vs. Marstiller....

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Appellate

Florida’s New Sixth District Court of Appeal Confirmed

Florida has not added a District Court of Appeal (DCA) since 1979 when the legislature...

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Commercial Litigation

Arbitration: Embrace It or Avoid It? Considerations for Small Businesses

Here are six things to consider when deciding whether to arbitrate a claim. For over...

Employment and Labor

Stranger Things Are Going On: Federal Judge Pulls Florida from First Amendment “Upside Down”

Stop Woke Act Temporarily Blocked Approved on April 22, 2022, and effective July 1, 2022,...

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Employment and Labor

Gender Dysphoria and the ADA: What it Means for Employers

On August 16, 2022, a Fourth Circuit panel for the United States Court of Appeals...

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Education

U.S. Supreme Court Okays Religious School Tuition Vouchers: Gives Official “Thumbs Up” to Florida’s School Choice Laws

Earlier this summer, the U.S. Supreme Court found that Maine’s tuition assistance program violated the...

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Employment and Labor

Florida Employers: It’s Hurricane Season—Are You Ready?

As we move into the 2022 hurricane season (June 1 through Nov. 30), there is...

Casualty Litigation

Judicial Notice Gets a Modern Update

Picture this: you’re in court involving a personal injury crash and you want to reference...

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Government and Administrative

Freely Flying Flags Can Lead to Flagrant Free Speech Fouls

While it is axiomatic that when the government speaks, it speaks only for itself; however,...

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