In the Case of Public School Bathrooms: Separate Is Equal

Eleventh Circuit Says School’s Policy of Assigning Bathrooms Based on Biological Sex Does Not Violate...

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Title IX: How Do Colleges and Universities Comply?

At its core, Title IX appears to be simple – public and private schools receiving...

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Government and Administrative

Florida Public Records Laws: Avoiding the Pitfalls and Mistakes that Lead to Expensive and Costly Litigation

Florida has the most open public records law in the country so it is imperative...


First Amendment Wheel Doesn’t Stop Spinning: What Risk Managers Need to Know for the New School Year

As the school year begins, a heightened focus has been placed on schools both nationally...

Employment and Labor

Stranger Things Are Going On: Federal Judge Pulls Florida from First Amendment “Upside Down”

Stop Woke Act Temporarily Blocked Approved on April 22, 2022, and effective July 1, 2022,...

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U.S. Supreme Court Okays Religious School Tuition Vouchers: Gives Official “Thumbs Up” to Florida’s School Choice Laws

Earlier this summer, the U.S. Supreme Court found that Maine’s tuition assistance program violated the...

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Government and Administrative

Ding Dong! Lemon’s Dead: SCOTUS Clarifies Establishment Clause

Well that didn’t take long. Fresh off the Supreme Court’s June 2022 decision in Kennedy...

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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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Commercial Litigation

Let’s Make A NIL Deal Part II: High School Student-Athletes Look to Get into the NIL Game

Less than six months after the U.S. Supreme Court’s NCAA v Alston decision, which opened...

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Commercial Litigation

Let’s Make a NIL Deal Part I: The Type of Deal Depends on the Athlete’s State Law or Institution

Less than a year ago, the NCAA removed a number of limitations on student-athletes’ ability...

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