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SCOTUS Rejects OSHA “Vax or Test” Rule, But Allows Narrower Healthcare Mandate

On January 13, 2022, the Supreme Court issued rulings in two consequential cases involving COVID-19 vaccination mandates enacted by two different Federal agencies, one from...

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Casualty Litigation

Florida Supreme Court: Punitive Damages Orders Will Become Immediately Appealable Following Amendment to Appellate Rules

On January 6, 2021, the Florida Supreme Court adopted an amendment to Florida Rule of...

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Employment and Labor

Long Haul COVID-19 and the ADA: What Employers Should Know

As we prepare to enter into year three of the COVID-19 pandemic, we thankfully have...

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Government and Administrative

Confusion Follows Eleventh Circuit Decision In Seminal ADA Website Case Vacating Its Prior Ruling In Favor Of Winn-Dixie Based On Mootness

The litigation landscape for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) website claims grew murkier after the...

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Employment and Labor

6th Circuit Court of Appeals Dissolves Stay of OSHA ETS: New Deadlines for Employers

On November 12, 2021, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a temporary stay of...

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Casualty Litigation

COVID-19 Litigation: What Hotels Have Learned and How to Mitigate Future Exposure

With travelers returning to hotel destinations across the world, threats of COVID-19 contamination continue to...

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Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Win for Florida Insurance Carriers on PIP Calculations

The Supreme Court of Florida issued a significant decision regarding the calculation of personal injury...

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Employment and Labor

Governor DeSantis Signs New COVID-19 Related Laws that Have Immediate Effect in Florida

As all are keenly aware, the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects have “had far-reaching effects,”...

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Employment and Labor

In the Crossfire: What Florida HR Directors Need to Know about Recent State and Federal COVID-19 Vaccination Legislation

On November 4, 2021, the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) issued...

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Construction

Florida’s New Virtual Building Inspection Law: A Contractor’s Friend or Foe?

The Florida legislature recently enacted a new law allowing for building inspections by state agents...

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