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CSK Obtains Summary Judgment in Favor
of Transportation Engineering Firm

September 15, 2021
Bob de Flesco of CSK’s Ft. Lauderdale West office and Mitchell Rozen of CSK’s Miami office recently obtained final summary judgment in favor of Stantec Consulting Services, a transportation engineering[...]

FAQ: NCAA Athlete’s Guide to Name, Image, and Likeness (“NIL”) Rights

September 10, 2021 | Michael Clouser
What are the most common NIL deals that have been signed thus far? While the news stories you hear or read about will most likely contain a major deal, the[...]

Action Steps with Sexual Harassment Claims

September 8, 2021 | Robert F. Lasky
Another high-profile case regarding sexual harassment claims surfaced this past week at ABC News with allegations against the former head producer of the iconic Good Morning America. Sadly, complaints for sexual[...]

Navigating Through the Discovery Differences Between Florida State Courts and Federal Court

August 30, 2021
It is well known that the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure are patterned after the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Both the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Florida[...]

United States Senate Passes Massive Infrastructure Bill : What it means for the Trucking Industry

August 16, 2021 | Samuel E. Basch
On August 10, 2021, the United States Senate passed a massive $1 trillion infrastructure bill, known as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021. The bill allocates $110 billion[...]

Cole, Scott & Kissane’s New GC Services Practice Capitalizes on Influx of Small Businesses

August 8, 2021
Launched in April, the 10-lawyer practice caters to small and midsize business owners, providing high-level advice on contracts, liability and corporate governance, and bringing in attorneys from other practices for[...]

The Impact of the Monumental NCAA Shift and the Benefits of NIL Representation

July 2, 2021
July 1st, a day is traditionally known for the opening of NBA free agency, will now be remembered as the day that NCAA college athletes will be to able profit[...]

Governor Vetoes PIP Repeal Legislation

July 1, 2021
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has vetoed Senate Bill 54. This legislation would have repealed Florida’s Motor Vehicle No-Fault Law, which requires drivers to carry Personal Injury Protection (”PIP”) coverage, and[...]

First District Court of Appeals holds that an Employer/Carrier may forfeit its right to select a one-time change doctor under § 440.13(2)(f), Fla. Stat., if it does not promptly provide medical records to the doctor for review and follow up to secure an appointment.

June 22, 2021
In St. Lucie Public Schools/Relation Insurance Services of Florida v. Dianne Alexander, 1D20-2266, 2021 WL 2451259 (Fla. 1st DCA June 16, 2021) the First District Court of Appeal clarified its[...]

C-Suite Executives Beware: Handling Sensitive Claims Is the Key to Avoiding Disaster

June 15, 2021 | Robert F. Lasky
In today’s world, more and more organizations have come under fire for failing to respond or for improperly responding to allegations regarding internal misconduct such as discrimination, sexual harassment, inappropriate[...]

Governor Desantis Signs Legislation and Adopts Reform Bill Impacting Property Insurance Litigation Related to Attorney’s Fees and Notice Requirements

June 15, 2021
As the 2021 Florida legislative session concluded, the Florida Senate passed Senate Bill (SB) 76. This bill created waves in the property insurance industry as it has a significant, potential[...]

Florida Supreme Court Says Insurers Have Standing to Sue Law Firms for Malpractice on Subrogation Principles

June 9, 2021
The Florida Supreme Court ruled earlier this week that an insurer has standing to maintain a malpractice lawsuit against a law firm the insurance company hired to defend its insured.[...]
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