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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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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...

Casualty Litigation

Florida Passes Law for Permanent To-Go Alcoholic Beverages for Restaurants

For here? Or, to go? No, we are not talking about just your food, because...

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Casualty Litigation

Restaurant Revitalization Grant Offers Relief to Restaurants and Bars: Opens May 3

Registration for the SBA application portal will begin on Friday, April 30, 2021, at 9...

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Mentoring Me: Advice to My Young Lawyer Self

Mentorship is all the rage these days and I have been blessed with some pretty...

Casualty Litigation

Florida Governor Signs COVID Liability Limitation Bill into Law

On March 29, 2021, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed SB 72 into law, providing civil...

Commercial Litigation

Third DCA Makes Rare Finding Against Arbitrability where Arbitration Clause is Present in Contract

On March 10, 2021, the Florida Third District Court of Appeal made a rare finding...

Casualty Litigation

Premises Liability Concerns as Hotels Re-Open in the Wake of COVID-19

COVID-19 has ravaged the economy, with the hospitality industry feeling especially compromised. Fear of community...

Commercial Litigation

Creditors Beware: Pitfalls Lurking in the CARES Act and Local Orders

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) provides, among other things, for...

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