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Don Weinbren Discusses Recent Updates in the Enforceability of Florida Restrictive Covenants in Orlando Medical News

By Health Care, News, Publications

What’s New in the Use of Restrictive Covenants by Florida Medical Practices and Healthcare Businesses? Originally published by Orlando Medical News in August 2019. It is expensive to own and operate a medical practice or healthcare business – the costs of electronic health records technology, medical and office equipment, and…

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Stephanie Lieb Co-Authors Article on Civil Contempt for Discharge Injunction Violations

By Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights, News, Publications

This article was originally published by Law Journal Newsletters in August 2019. The Bankruptcy Court has the inherent power to impose civil contempt as a sanction for a violation of the discharge injunction. 11 U.S.C. §105. Even though these inherent powers derive from civil contempt, courts have fashioned their own…

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Marla Bohlander Authors Article on Estate Plan Review for Tampa Bay Business & Wealth Magazine

By Estate and Trust Planning, News, Publications

Originally published in the December 2018 issue of Tampa Bay Business & Wealth. Reviewing Your Estate Plan As we approach a new year, I have been encouraging my clients to review their estate plans. Estate planning generally involves the management and disposition of a person’s assets and affairs, both during…

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Understanding “Reasonable Cybersecurity Measures” to Safeguard Data

By Cybersecurity and Data Privacy, News, Publications

Reasonable Cybersecurity Measures for Protection After collecting personal information, businesses must take “reasonable measures” to safeguard it. Some states, such as Florida and Alabama, have this standard (or a similar one) in their cybersecurity statutes. On the federal level, the Federal Trade Commission has brought numerous enforcement actions against companies…

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