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by Chioma Deere, Esq., CEDS, Williams, Leininger & Cosby, P.A. Attorneys may represent their clients in the limited circumstances of responding to a served subpoena.  In those cases, preservation subpoenas should be treated as though it is a standard discovery request, with an explanation to the client about the scope and parameters of their obligations...
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by Amanda Finley, Sequor Law Introduction The European Union (“EU”) implemented the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) effective as of May 25, 2018.[1] The GDPR enforces privacy requirements to protect EU citizens.[2]  “The GDPR applies to the processing of ‘personal data,’ which is defined as any information related to an ‘identified or identifiable natural person,’” who can...
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By Shirley Palumbo The possibilities for use of crypto currencies in various levels of industry and financial markets through a blockchain distributed ledger are endless. Crypto currencies can be used as a way to transfer money, to invest, to create contracts, to provide services, or to digitize an asset—and these are only some of the...
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By Robert Kain, The Concept Law Group and Zachary Catanzaro, Zachary L. Catanzaro PA Florida continues to lead the nation on entrepreneurial digital currency services with the recently adopted Financial Technology Sandbox law (“FinTech Sandbox”). Codified at Fla.Stat. 559.952 (effective January 1, 2021), the FinTech Sandbox establishes a two year, extendable for an additional year, exemption...
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by Deedee Bitran, Shutts and Bowen On Friday September 25, 2020, Governor Ron DeSantis announced that Florida will enter Phase III of reopening which allows many businesses to operate at full capacity. Navigating workplace protocols in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic can be confusing and lead to significant litigation if employers are not making...
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By Dennis LeVine, Kelley Kronenberg Proposed Legislative Changes to the Bankruptcy Code Summary. Amid current legislative gridlock on so many issues, Congress surprisingly has been able to enact several significant changes to the Bankruptcy Code in the last year. With the economy still reeling due to the pandemic, and Congress considering an additional stimulus bill,...
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Business Litigation and Real Property Case Updates for the month of September Week ending September 5, 2020 Week ending September 12, 2020 Week ending September 19, 2020 Week ending September 26, 2020
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By Adina Pollan, Pollan Legal Originally published in The Bar Bulletin in the Jacksonville Daily Record On August 11, 2020, Stein Mart announced it had filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11, following an extensive list of prestigious retail brands that had done the same in 2020: Tailored Brands, Lord & Taylor, Neiman Marcus, Brooks Brothers, to name...
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by Erich Durlacher, Burr & Forman Seven Stars on the Hudson Corp., Case No. 19-17544-SMG (Bankr. S.D. Fla. Aug. 7, 2020) PDF version with footnotes “Timing in Life Is Everything” – John Sculley Relying on a plain reading of Sections 1188 and 1189 of the Bankruptcy Code, Bankruptcy Judge Scott M. Grossman dismissed the Seven...
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By Erin Hoskins, Esq., Law Clerk to the Honorable Peter D. Russin, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Florida Florida state and federal courts have increasingly been asked to interpret the terms of reverse mortgage documents to decide whether documents contemporaneously executed along with the mortgage can alter the defined terms of the mortgage.  The...
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