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Construction Blog

  • 7.8.21

    As momentum continues to build in the industry, construction companies have engaged in new strategies and operating procedures to rally for long-term success - including the implementation of pandemic-specific contract clauses to mitigate potential damages.

Florida Appellate Law Blog

  • 9.8.22

    On August 25, 2022, on its own motion, the Florida Supreme Court amended Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.530 and Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure 12.530 now to require a motion for rehearing before challenging on appeal “the sufficiency of a trial court’s findings in the final judgment.”  While at first glance this seems to be a subtle change to the rules—something that feels like a mere formality—it’s more than that.  Trial counsel should take note: You are about to file a lot more motions for rehearing pre-appeal.

Florida Commercial Real Estate Litigation Blog

Florida CyberTech Blog

Florida Government Contracts Blog

Florida Labor and Employment Law Blog

  • 8.25.22

    On July 12, 2022, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) updated its guidance on COVID-19. Employers should review their current policies and procedures to ensure prompt compliance with these new guidelines.

International Disputes Blog

  • 7.20.22

    Russia passed a controversial law allowing sanctioned parties to apply to Russian courts for an anti-suit injunction prohibiting or requiring the immediate termination of foreign proceedings. If the claimant fails to comply and obtains an award against the sanctioned party, the Russian court can enter a judgment against the claimant in an amount equal to the amount the claimant won in arbitration/litigation (thereby neutralizing it). A recent Russian Supreme Court decision confirmed the broad reach of this law.

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