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...

Casualty Litigation

4th DCA Declines to Impose Duty of Care on Security Company Employer of Pulse Nightclub Shooter

Security companies may be liable for criminal acts committed by their security guards while on...

Commercial Litigation

Treasury and Federal Reserve Announce Additional $2.3 Trillion in Lending as Part of CARES Act to Support Economy

On April 9, 2020, the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve Board announced new and expanded...

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Employment and Labor

WARNing for Employers: Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act during COVID–19 Pandemic

Guidance on Compliance with the WARN Act The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (“WARN”)...

Government and Administrative

Florida Governor’s Executive Order 20-91: Florida is Closed, Violators are Subject to Custodial Arrest

The rapid spread of novel coronavirus (COVID 19) throughout Florida has created unprecedented challenges for...

Commercial Litigation

COVID-19: The Paycheck Protection Program Q & A

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act, was...

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Product Liability

Product Liability and Other Similar Incidents: Evidence That Passes the “Substantial Similarity” Standard and Methods of Protection for Defendant Manufacturers

Introduction The admissibility of evidence of “other similar incidents” (“OSI”) frequently arises in product liability...

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