Second DCA Finds School Board Investigative Communications Not Entitled to Attorney-Client Privilege: Provides Lifeline to District Employees

In a recent decision, the Second District Court of Appeal (“Second DCA”) reiterated what is,...

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Government and Administrative

Relief for Local Governments and Taxpayers: Court Limits Attorneys’ Fees Under Sunshine Law

Section 119, Florida Statutes, called the “Sunshine Law”, was designed to hold government accountable and...

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Employment and Labor

Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021

This is an update to the original article posted on February 21, 2022, New Bill...

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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

Vaccine Mandates and Religious Exemptions: Why Employers are Confused

On January 20, 2021, President Biden issued Executive Order on Protecting the Federal Workforce and...

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The Transformation of Education in Florida

The education system in Florida has undergone a transformation over the last 50 years that...

Legally Qualified Podcast

RumbergerKirk has launched a podcast, Legally Qualified, providing strategic legal insight and analysis for the business...

Government and Administrative

Social Unrest, the COVID-19 Pandemic and School-Required Masks: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

With many public schools back in session, there is a new must-have accessory for students:...


The Battle to Reopen Florida’s Schools Continues

The FEA won round one of an almost certain battle that will head to the...

Employment and Labor

Coronavirus Q&A: A Legal Resource Guide for Employers

Prepared by the Employment Practice Group as part of the RumbergerKirk COVID-19 Task Force Guidance...