Employment and Labor

Hybrid Workplace: Top 10 Things to Consider When Updating Employee Handbook

An Employee Handbook Should Fit the Current Workplace Model Following Covid-19 shutdowns, many employers have...

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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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4th DCA Judge Calls for Reform of Proposal for Settlement Rule and Statute – RE: Ambiguity

On February 16, 2022, the Fourth District Court of Appeal ruled in favor of an...

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Casualty Litigation

PIP Litigators Bound to Suffer “Identity” Crisis After Recent 3rd DCA Ruling

What started as a typical claim for personal injury protection benefits ended in the application...

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Confessions of an Associate Attorney: Besides Money, How Else Can You Keep Me?

Investing resources into associate attorneys is more important now that it has ever been, but...

Employment and Labor

New Bill Likely to Shift #MeToo Cases from Arbitration to Courts

UPDATE: As anticipated, President Biden has signed into law the Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual...

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Employment and Labor

SCOTUS Rejects OSHA “Vax or Test” Rule, But Allows Narrower Healthcare Mandate

On January 13, 2022, the Supreme Court issued rulings in two consequential cases involving COVID-19...

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Casualty Litigation

Florida Supreme Court: Punitive Damages Orders Will Become Immediately Appealable Following Amendment to Appellate Rules

On January 6, 2021, the Florida Supreme Court adopted an amendment to Florida Rule of...

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Employment and Labor

Long Haul COVID-19 and the ADA: What Employers Should Know

As we prepare to enter into year three of the COVID-19 pandemic, we thankfully have...

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