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By Manny Farach Week ending April 27, 2024 Holden v. Holiday Inn Club Vacations Incorporated, Case No. 22-11014 (11th Cir. 2024). A report to a credit agency is not violative of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), 15 U.S.C. § 1681s-2 if it arises from a contractual dispute which a credit agency cannot objectively and...
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Calling volunteers! Watch this space for pro bono opportunities for lawyers who do not like going to court Pro Bono Opportunity List March 2024 1) RE-ENTRY ONE, INC. is a 501(C)(3) organization devoted to assisting returning citizens with providing re-entry programs and services. Re-Entry One -https://www.reentryone.org/ They are in need of a transactional attorney to review...
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Dear BLS Member: Congratulations to Robert Barron, Woody Pollack and Dineen Wasylik, the leadership of the Legislation Committee and, of course, to our amazingly talented legislative consultants, Aimee Diaz Lyon and Doug Bell.  The BLS had another excellent legislative session, passing four (4) bills and providing technical input and assistance on many other bills.  Thank...
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By Manny Farach Week ending March 30, 2024 Capalongo v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Case No. 2D22-3750 (Fla. 3d DCA 2024). A spouse need not join in a mortgage if the spouse signs a valid waiver of their homestead rights; the word “join” in Article X, Section 4 describes the joining spouse and does...
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Please join me in congratulating Judge Julie Sneed and Judge Melissa Damian, both of whom were confirmed on February 28, 2024 as United States District Court Judges.  Judge Sneed, who sits in the Middle District of Florida, is the Judicial Chair of the Computer and Technology Law Committee.  And Judge Damian, who sits in the...
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This is the second in our series on Pro Bono Stories.  We would love to hear about YOUR Pro Bono Story. Carlos Sardi of Sardi Law PLLC, has been a pro bono champion his entire professional career.  Carlos is a former chair of the Pro Bono Committee of the Business Law Section and currently serves...
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By Matthew Akiba If you have ever bought jewelry, invested in a silver or gold bar, or inherited a family heirloom, you may have noticed that the precious metal is often stamped with intricate hallmarks. These hallmarks may indicate the purity of the precious metal, convey the year the article was manufactured, identify the maker...
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The Business Law Section Diversity Fellowship Program is designed to assist a diverse and inclusive group of lawyers in becoming better leaders within our profession and the Business Law Section, while enhancing their leadership skills, as an encouragement and commitment to attract young and diverse lawyers to join, participate and ultimately serve in leadership positions...
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The Business Law Section Diversity Fellowship Program is designed to assist a diverse and inclusive group of lawyers in becoming better leaders within our profession and the Business Law Section, while enhancing their leadership skills, as an encouragement and commitment to attract young and diverse lawyers to join, participate and ultimately serve in leadership positions...
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The Business Law Section Diversity Fellowship Program is designed to assist a diverse and inclusive group of lawyers in becoming better leaders within our profession and the Business Law Section, while enhancing their leadership skills, as an encouragement and commitment to attract young and diverse lawyers to join, participate and ultimately serve in leadership positions...
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