Securities and Financial Services

Are Broker-Dealers Acting in the Best Interests of Their Customers? ‘Not Yet,’ Says FINRA

Noting Deficiencies, FINRA Suggests Best Practices for Reg BI Compliance During its first-ever review of...

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Commercial Litigation

Florida High Court Says Airbnb Arbitration Sticks- It’s in the Fine Print

In a 6-1 decision, the Supreme Court of Florida reversed the Second District Court of...

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Employment and Labor

To Avoid FLSA Retaliation, Don’t Miss the Oral Complaints

The Department of Labor (DOL) recently reminded field investigators to be on the lookout for...

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Employment and Labor

Florida Still Strongly Favors Employer’s Non-Compete Agreements 

Non-compete and confidentiality clauses have long been a fixture in employment agreements in Florida. However,...

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Employment and Labor

New “Stop Woke Act” to Expand Florida Employer Liability

On March 10, 2022, the Florida Legislature passed Florida House Bill 7 / Senate Bill...

Employment and Labor

Juggling a Remote, Hybrid and/or Multistate Workforce: What Employers Should Know

As employers hire new staff members, keep in mind individual state employment laws, ADA considerations...

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Employment and Labor

Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act of 2021

This is an update to the original article posted on February 21, 2022, New Bill...

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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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