Insights


Employment and Labor

The Employer Reference Problem: How Much, if Anything, to Disclose?

Virtually every employer will be contacted at some point by a potential new employer of...

Employment and Labor

Understanding Reduction in Force Issues for the Employer

Though it seems that nobody can agree as to whether we are in a recession,...

Casualty Litigation

Tractor-Trailer ECM Data Plays Part in Spoliation of Evidence

Failing to take immediate action to protect electronic data following an accident not only can...

Employment and Labor

Stemming the Wage and Hour Lawsuit Trend: All Employers are Targets

Florida leads the nation with more than 2,400 wage and hour lawsuits filed in the...

Commercial Litigation

Parallel Proceedings in Florida’s Courts: Fifth Amendment Considerations

Published January 2008, Florida Bar Journal A. Introduction Crime victims rightfully demand justice. Justice, however,...

Government and Administrative

Candidates Beware: Brush Up on Florida Campaign Finance Laws

As the political campaign season heats up, the Florida Elections Commission (FEC) will be keeping...

Commercial Litigation

Email Poses Challenges to Attorney – Client Privilege: Target Case Offers Lesson for Corporations and Their Counsel

Before information technology broadened our ability to communicate through electronic mail, protecting the attorney-client privilege...

Employment and Labor

Self Auditing Your HIPPA Privacy Compliance May Pay Big Dividends

For most covered entities, HIPAA Privacy Rules’ April 14, 2003, enforcement deadline has come and...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Late Notice on First Party Property Cases

Insurance companies are all too familiar with late notice claims.  They can receive first party...

Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith

Florida Sunshine Litigation Act Public Hazard Definition Could be Hazard for Defense

The Florida Sunshine Litigation Act makes judicial records open to the public, and is the...