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Forcing Nonexempt Employees to Work Off the Clock (without pay) Violates the Law

PRINT ARTICLE By: Christina Harris Schwinn, Esq. A recent appellate court case from the Fifth Circuit Court Appeals[1] is a stark reminder that employers are ultimately responsible for ensuring that nonexempt employees accurately record all time worked and are fully compensated for all hours worked regardless

Five Common Problems with Condominium Documents that Leave Condominium Associations and their Members Exposed

PRINT ARTICLE By:  Christopher L. Pope, Esq., Board Certified by the Florida Bar in both Construction Law and Condominium and Planned Development Law The governing documents of condominium associations, which include the Declaration of Condominium, the Articles of Incorporation, the Bylaws, and any Rules and Regulations, are