Erik F. Szabo, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Orlando office, recently won re-election to the Greater Orlando Builders Association’s (GOBA) Board of Directors. He will serve another three-year term as an Associate Director, running from 2021 to 2023.
As the 2020 presidential and congressional elections approach, individuals should consider taking proactive steps in their wealth management by strategically aligning their financial goals with the incentives currently available.
Contrary to attorney perceptions, the Florida Rules for Certified and Court-Appointed Mediators do not forbid a mediator from offering opinions. Rules, such as 10.306(c), only prohibit opinions that are "inteded to coerce the parties, unduly influence the parties, decide the dispute, or direct a resolution of the case."
Charla M. Burchett and Ashley S. Hodson discuss how the lineup of individuals and professionals that you choose for your estate planning team roster will determine the integrity of your plan for years to come.
Charla M. Burchett and Ashley S. Hodson discuss how after creating and implementing a plan for your estate, it is important to regularly revisit your plan to ensure that it is still reflective of your values and goals for passing along your legacy.
The Fourth District Court of Appeal found insurers aren’t obligated to reimburse medical providers 100% of their charges after a group of South Florida medical providers challenged an insurance company’s interpretation of its car crash coverage.
The South Florida Business Journal reported on the filing of an $846.2 million foreclosure lawsuit involving 24 Lord & Taylor and 10 Saks Fifth Avenue locations across the country. Included in the lawsuit is the Saks Fifth Avenue location at Dadeland Mall in Miami, FL.
Shutts & Bowen today announced that The Legal 500’s City Focus on Miami law firms has recognized the firm’s as having a “recommended” international practice with strong connections to Latin America. The editorial analysis distinguishes areas of legal strength and proficiency, highlighting the sophistication of the work handled.
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 informed decisions.