Commercial Litigation

U.S. Supreme Court Decides Major Personal Jurisdiction Case: Impact in Florida Remains to Be Seen

A recent United States Supreme Court decision on the scope of personal jurisdiction, i.e., a...

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Commercial Litigation

Protecting Attorney-Client Privilege and Attorney Work-Product During Internal Investigations

Suppose your company suspects an employee broke the law, perhaps even using company property to...

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External General Counsel Services

Consider an External General Counsel for Your Growing Business

An external general counsel is a trusted adviser who knows your business and has a...

Commercial Litigation

Arbitration: Embrace It or Avoid It? Considerations for Small Businesses

Here are six things to consider when deciding whether to arbitrate a claim. For over...

Commercial Litigation

Eleventh Circuit Reiterates Availability of Postjudgment Rule 11 Sanctions

The Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit recently reversed a district court’s denial of...

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Casualty Litigation

The Road to Alignment:  Florida Supreme Court Amends Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.442 to Follow Florida Statute § 768.79 Regarding Nonmonetary Terms in Proposals for Settlement

Effective July 1, 2022, Proposals for Settlement in Florida shall no longer contain nonmonetary terms,...

Casualty Litigation

‘Depp v. Heard’: Five Lessons for First-Year Lawyers

Watched by millions of Americans, the recent trial in Depp v. Heard had it all—...

Employment and Labor

Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decision Alters the Scope of Recoverable Damages Under Anti-Discrimination Statutes Enacted under the Spending Clause

The Supreme Court of the United States recently held in Cummings v. Premier Rehab Keller,...

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Commercial Litigation

Florida High Court Says Airbnb Arbitration Sticks- It’s in the Fine Print

In a 6-1 decision, the Supreme Court of Florida reversed the Second District Court of...

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Employment and Labor

Florida Still Strongly Favors Employer’s Non-Compete Agreements 

Non-compete and confidentiality clauses have long been a fixture in employment agreements in Florida. However,...

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