Insights


With Remote Jury Trials on the Horizon, Litigators Must be TV Ready

Litigators must adjust their preparation and performance to be “TV Ready,” and learn to use...

Professional Liability

Are You Willing to Bet Your Law License on That Client?

A summary of ABA Formal Opinion 491       The American Bar Association issued Formal Opinion 491...

Back to Work? Not so Fast! First, Employers Should Look at Guidance

As states ease stay-at-home orders and once reluctant remote workers began to trickle back to...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Impact of Florida’s New Assignment of Benefits Law: HB 7065

On April 26, 2019, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law Florida House Bill 7065....

Commercial Litigation

Mortgage Lenders Beware: CARES Act Potentially Erases Billions of Dollars in Federally-Backed Loan Values

Mortgage lenders beware: The “CARES” Act has features that make enforcement of federally-backed mortgage loans...

Commercial Litigation

The Litigation Risks of the Care Obligation of SEC Reg BI

Here are some best practices to mitigate those risks. The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Regulation...

Government and Administrative

Florida to Begin Issuing Hemp Cultivation Licenses

Starting April 27, 2020, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services will begin accepting...

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Class Actions

Is Your Loyalty Program Putting Your Restaurant at Risk for TCPA Liability?

TCPA litigation can cost companies, both big and small, millions of dollars. Loyalty programs are...

Class Actions

Texting Your Loyalty: Avoiding Potential TCPA Litigation

Restaurants hit hard during the COVID-19 outbreak may be doing all they can to stay...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

3 Ways Insurance Companies Can Navigate the Surge of COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims

The global health emergency caused by COVID-19 has either disrupted or completely interrupted business operations...