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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 v. Bremerton School District, 142 S. Ct. 2407 (2022), the...

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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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Government and Administrative

A Miranda Procedural Violation Does Not Necessarily Create a Civil Cause of Action for a Violation of the Fifth Amendment

The United States Supreme Court has recently held that a violation of the Miranda procedure...

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Government and Administrative

Florida’s Limited Waiver of Sovereign Immunity Requires Proof that Pre-Suit Statutory Notice of Claim Actually be Received within the Limitations Period

Sovereign immunity stands for the long-standing premise that the government cannot be sued without its...

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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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Government and Administrative

United States Supreme Court Affirms Officers’ Entitlement to Qualified Immunity

Law enforcement critics have launched concerted attacks on the doctrine of qualified immunity in an...

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Government and Administrative

Judge Says Norwegian, Other Cruises Can Require Vaccine Passports in Fla., in Daily Business Review

Chase Hattaway and Michael Tessitore take a closer look at the recent ruling in an...

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Education

Cursing Cheerleader Wins at Supreme Court, but Schools Retain Ability to Punish Certain Off-Campus Speech

In the colorfully known “cursing cheerleader” case, the U.S. Supreme Court found a student’s school...

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Casualty Litigation

Incentivizing Customers In States Banning Vaccine Passports

Businesses across the nation are implementing measures to ensure that their customers have been vaccinated....

Government and Administrative

Supreme Court Rejects Community Caretaking Doctrine to Authorize Warrantless Search of Home to Seize Firearms

The 21st Century law enforcement officer serves a variety of public service functions, only some...