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Groundbreaking Food Safety Case in America

  • September 22, 2014
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A deadly salmonella outbreak six years ago was traced to peanut butter made by a Georgia company. Friday, a jury convicted its former owner of federal charges in a groundbreaking case stemming which marks the first federal felony conviction for…

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Can Your Cell Phone Be Used Against You?

  • September 15, 2014
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In criminal, civil and family law matters, attorneys for the government and for their respective clients are using cell phone technology to track the movement of individuals.  Some courts have allowed lay individuals such as police officers and detectives to…

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Is Fantasy Football Gambling?

  • September 15, 2014
  • News

While you are enjoying Monday Night Football consider this: Is Fantasy Football gambling? The former Attorney General for the State of Florida was of the opinion that the operation of a fantasy sports league which collect a fee and awards…

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Acquiring Property as a Trustee

Many people who take on the role of trustee are unfamiliar with the provisions of the law. It is important to consult with an attorney when taking on or disposing of property for a trust.
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Determining Venue for Contract Litigation

Some of the first questions we often address during the evaluation and initiation of litigation under a contract are, “Where do we bring suit?” and “What law is to be applied?” When a contract is the basis for the litigation,…

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Equitable Distribution in Dissolution of Marriage

Fla. Stat. 61.075(6)(a) defines and characterizes marital assets and liabilities which are subject to equitable distribution under Florida law.  Among the assets which are subject to equitable distribution are assets acquired and liabilities incurred during the marriage, individually by either…

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