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Electronic Signatures In The Courts
Because electronic signatures have become more common in the business community, now is a good time to review some of the legal issues that arise in the use of electronic signatures.
United States
15 Aug 2019
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Skip The EEOC And Go Straight To Court?
Employers Can No Longer Wait To Assert Affirmative Defense of Failure to Exhaust Administrative Remedies
United States
19 Jun 2019
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Don't Expect Commercial General Liability Insurance Policies To Protect Against Cyber Breach Or Crime
Almost a year after Middle District Judge Mary Scriven's instructive decision in Innovak Int'l, Inc. v. Hanover Ins. Co. in which she declined to hold that a traditional commercial general liability (CGL) policy.
United States
11 Oct 2018
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Lowndes Lawyers Successfully Obtain And Defend Probate Court Order Denying Request For Accounting And Settle Estate
Lowndes attorneys obtained a favorable ruling from a probate court in Lee County, Florida, on behalf of a decedent's estate; and thereafter, secured an affirmance of the ruling from Florida's Second District Court of Appeal.
United States
12 Sep 2018
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Lack Of State Funding Causes Shutdown To Business Court (Video)
WFTV News spoke to Richard Dellinger and firm client Yalaha Bakery about the recent news of the shutdown of business court.
United States
20 Jul 2018
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Eleventh Circuit Overturns FTC LabMD Order
In a landmark decision, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit vacated a FTC cease and desist order which directed LabMD, a relatively small and now-defunct cancer testing laboratory, ...
United States
18 Jun 2018
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Florida Supreme Court Justice Case Dismissed On Ripeness Grounds
The Florida Supreme Court, in a per curiam decision, dismissed a petition seeking quo warranto relief brought by the Florida League of Women Voters challenging Governor Rick Scott's ability to appoint...
United States
22 Dec 2017
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Appeals Court Strikes Down Emergency Stay In Generator Case
Florida's First District Court of Appeal issued a response to Florida Argentum's motion filed last week and determined that an "automatic stay" of the Division of Administrative Hearings' Final Order...
United States
15 Nov 2017
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The Perils Of De Novo Review
Florida's Third District Court of Appeal issued an opinion today that highlights the perils of de novo review.
United States
14 Nov 2017
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Positive Ruling On Generator Rules May Not Protect Owners In The Short Term
Notwithstanding what we consider a well-reasoned and proper ruling by an Administrative Law Judge against Governor Scott's emergency rule on generators and fuel, cautious senior living facility...
United States
31 Oct 2017
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Florida Administrative Law Judge Invalidates Governor's Executive Order Mandating Generators For Senior Housing Facilities
Today, an Administrative Law Judge rules against the governor and state agencies regulating senior housing communities, finding that the controversial emergency order did not address a true...
United States
30 Oct 2017
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Summary Of Rule Revision In The Business Court
In early 2016, the judges assigned to the Business Court Subdivision of the Civil Division of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, along with the chief judge of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Frederick Lauten, requested that a Business Court Commission be formed to review and revise the existing Business Court Procedures.
United States
9 Feb 2017
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Surviving The Zombie [Foreclosure] Apocalypse
"BEWARE REAL PROPERTY LITIGATORS" warns a former chair of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar.
United States
26 Sep 2016
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AOL, Dropbox and the Big uh-oh
An article came out highlighting a new suit against a law firm. Suits against law firms are not particularly rare and don't make for compelling news. This suit, however, did.
United States
2 Jun 2016
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Want to Litigate? Gov't Shutdown May Make You Wait
Federal courts will continue to operate normally until October 17th when they run out of money; coincidentally the same day our government will default if it doesn't raise the debt limit.
United States
14 Oct 2013
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