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Panama Papers Going Public

April 28, 2016
Mitchell W. Goldberg

"Catch-Up" Distributions to Holders of Profits Interest

April 28, 2016
Nick Jovanovich and Morris C. Brown

Florida Supreme Court Changes Landscape for What is Discoverable in an Attorney's Fees Contest

April 12, 2016
Michael J. Higer

New Electronic Voting Rules for Condominiums Bring Association Votes into the 21st Century

March 16, 2016
Jeffrey R. Margolis

Medical Marijuana Bill Presented to Florida Governor

March 14, 2016
Nicole Levy Kushner

On March 7, 2016, the Florida Senate, in a 28-11 vote, approved a House version of a medical marijuana bill (HB 307) which would allow terminally ill patients who are within the last year of their lives to use non-smokable medical marijuana of all strengths and doses.

Beware: You May Not Have a Direct Claim Against Your Bad-Acting Co-Shareholder or Co-Member

March 7, 2016
P. Benjamin Zuckerman

It is inevitable. When co-owners (whether members of a limited liability company or shareholders of a corporation) split-up or reach the split-up point, one inevitably thinks the other or others have wronged him, that the other or others have breached their fiduciary duty to him.  Beware.  Two fairly recent cases from Florida appellate courts make it clear that such claims may not be available.

The California Supreme Court's Decision Permitting Borrowers to Challenge Assignments of Mortgage Should Not Have an Impact Upon Florida

February 21, 2016
Fred O. Goldberg

Post-Westwood Eleventh Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Standing Cases

February 18, 2016
Paul A. Avron and Ilyse M. Homer

Preparing for Turnover – What a Developer Should be Mindful Of

February 16, 2016
Barry D. Lapides

Don't be Afraid of Your Shadow

February 15, 2016
Gina Clausen Lozier

Approval of Bankruptcy Settlements – No Evidentiary Hearing Required

February 15, 2016
Brian G. Rich

When seeking approval of a settlement in a bankruptcy case, the usual vehicle for approval is the filing of a motion pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 9019 and a subsequent hearing. While Rule 9019 and case law require certain factual and legal thresholds be established to gain the approval, the Rule does not specifically require

Be Careful What You Wish For (Part II): Fourth Circuit Invalidates Arbitration Provision Which Was Not Governed by Applicable Law

February 15, 2016
Zachary P. Hyman

Arbitration is popular alternative dispute resolution mechanism, which allows parties to structure litigation in a manner that theoretically streamlines the process, cuts costs, and helps them obtain an expeditious resolution of a dispute. However, a party’s ability to structure an alternative dispute resolution mechanism is not without limits. For example, the decision of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Heyes v. Delbert Services Corp., 2016 WL 386016 (4th Cir. Feb. 2, 2016) demonstrates the importance of drafting contracts that comply with applicable law.