Employment and Labor

The Circuit Court Showdown: Will SCOTUS Say Yay or Nay Under Title VII to LGBT Workplace Discrimination?

Employers have long known that gender stereotyping is not allowed under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act’s prohibition on discrimination because of sex. However,...

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Securities and Financial Services

Minimizing Liability Under the SEC’s Reg-BI

Litigation Risks Posed by the SEC’s Regulation Best Interest Pete Tepley and Meredith Lees highlight...

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Casualty Litigation

Find Your Footing: Don’t Stumble When it Comes to Slip-and-fall Claims

Some regard slip-and-fall claims as nuisance litigation and often make billboard plaintiffs’ lawyers the butt...

Government and Administrative

How Businesses Can Defeat Website Accessibility Lawsuits

Most large and midsize companies have faced a new reality in recent years—make their websites...

Employment and Labor

What Restaurants Can Learn From McDonald’s CEO Ouster

Workplace relationships are often an inevitability. But that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be prepared for....

Class Actions

Is Text Marketing Your Recipe for Success Or Your Company’s Downfall?

Text-marketing (or SMS marketing) can be an essential tool for many small businesses. For a...

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Commercial Litigation

Significant FCC Ruling Distinguishes Online Fax Services Not in Violation of TCPA

In a welcome win to defendants fighting TCPA fax class actions, the Consumer and Governmental...

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Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Florida House Bill 301 Brings Good News for Insurance Companies

For insurance companies doing business in the state, Florida House Bill 301 offers changes that...

Commercial Litigation

Truth in Damages

Florida’s Growing Effort to Curb Frivolous Lawsuits and Excess Judgments According to the U.S. Chamber...

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Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Florida’s 5th DCA Allows Carrier to Compel Appraisal When Covered Loss Is Under Deductible

No payment? No problem ruled Florida’s 5th District Court of Appeal a few weeks ago...