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Commercial Litigation

College Athletes Should Proceed with Caution When Offered an Endorsement Deal Under New NIL Bill

Following a unanimous ground-breaking decision delivered by the U.S. Supreme Court in NCAA v. Alston,...

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Casualty Litigation

‘TransUnion v. Ramirez’: High Court Rules Article III Standing Requires Proof of Concrete Injury

In  March 2021, the Supreme Court heard arguments in TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez, a case...

Law Firms Should Assess, Adjust, and Overcome for Return to Work

Assess. Adjust. Overcome. These three words are guideposts for leaders in business, government, the military,...

Education

Cursing Cheerleader Wins at Supreme Court, but Schools Retain Ability to Punish Certain Off-Campus Speech

In the colorfully known “cursing cheerleader” case, the U.S. Supreme Court found a student’s school...

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Casualty Litigation

Expanding To-Go Beverage Service Permanently: What to Know

WILL THIS COVID LIFELINE FOR RESTAURANTS STICK AROUND? After COVID-19 changed the world, stay at...

Casualty Litigation

Cocktails Good ‘To-Go’ in Fla.: Potential Liability for Portable Libations Providers

On July 1, the Florida executive order that helped restaurants survive earlier in 2020 by...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

11th Circuit Reaffirms Insurers Can Still Prevail as a Matter of Law in Post-Harvey v. Geico Landscape

On June 1, 2021, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a summary judgment granted...

Class Actions

High Court Weighs In On Auto Dialer Definition Under TCPA in “Facebook v. Duguid”

While this decision will eliminate TCPA litigation based on claims that the call or text...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Governor DeSantis’ Signature Means Great News: Florida Passes Insurance Carrier Friendly Legislation

The Florida Legislature recently passed numerous pieces of legislation which impact Florida’s property insurance carriers. ...

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Professional Liability

Florida Supreme Court: Insurers can Sue Attorneys for Malpractice Under Subrogation Provision

The Florida Supreme Court has given the proverbial “green light” for insurance companies to sue...

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