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The COVID-19 Pandemic Recovery Task Force has been tackling many important issues since its formation a couple months ago.  The Task Force developed a whitepaper titled “Commercial Property Insurance Claims in Response to COVID-19.”  This whitepaper provides an overview of business interruption insurance coverage in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.  It covers the common...
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by Shirley Palumbo, Greenspoon Marder LLP There is a trend in bankruptcy courts across the nation of distinguishing between impairment resulting from a plan and impairment caused by statute.  Depending on the interpretation given by the bankruptcy court, a post-petition interest rate in unsecured contract claims against solvent chapter 11 estates may restrict a creditor’s...
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The Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act: A solution for creditors concerned about the expected flood of commercial foreclosure filings and the resulting delays in the resolution of real property disputes. By Kenneth Dante Murena and Zachary Hyman As more businesses struggle to continue operations and meet financial obligations, mortgage defaults are likely to surge resulting in...
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Check out these fantastic memories from the 2018 BLS Labor Day Retreat. From yoga class to casino night, the BLS members “Charted a Course for Treasure Island,” where they found Health, Wealth & Wisdom. What’s your favorite memory from Retreat 2018? Email us at flabizlaw@gmail.com
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By Deedee Bitran On June 25, 2019, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law a new addition to Florida’s non-competition law which significantly alters the enforceability of certain physician non-competition agreements. Section 542.336, Florida Statutes, provides that as of July 1, 2019, non-competition agreements entered into between specialist physicians and an entity which employs or...
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By: Alamea Deedee Bitran, Esq., Shutts & Bowen LLP As most Florida litigators are aware, prevailing party fees are only recoverable when there is a statutory or contractual basis for those fees. A tactful litigator will often consider serving a proposal for settlement—also referred to as an “offer of judgment” or “demand for judgment”—under Florida...
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