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Mandatory COVID Vaccines and Paid Leave. Does It Apply To Your Business? Maybe …

PRINT ARTICLE By:  Christina Harris Schwinn, Esq. Ever since President Biden announced last September that his administration would instruct the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OHSA) to promulgate an emergency temporary standard (ETS) requiring employers with 100 or more employees to require their employees to be vaccinated,

FLORIDA CONDO LAW TASK FORCE UPDATE

The Florida Bar RPPTL Condominium Law and Policy Life Safety Advisory Task Force published its advisory recommendations for changes to condominium law and condominium operation on October 12, 2021 in response to the Champlain Towers South collapse that took the lives of 98 individuals in

REAL ESTATE LAW AND THE PANDEMIC

PRINT ARTICLE By: Michael P. Lehnert, Esq. 2020 ushered in long awaited legal and technological advancements into the real estate market, which, by seeming happenstance, were immensely beneficial in allowing the market to cope with COVID-19’s shocking effects. Assimilation of these technological advancements into legal practice has generated

Don’t Be A Victim of Property Fraud

By: Amy S. Thibaut, Esq. Property fraud is becoming one of the prevalent white-collar crimes in the United States.  Property fraud may occur when someone else records a fraudulent deed, mortgage or other document in the public records, in which it appears that ownership or