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Florida’s Comprehensive Privacy Bill Falls Short . . . For Now

USA - May 5 2021 Florida just fell short of passing a comprehensive privacy law, but more regulations could still be on the horizon. Florida would have been the third…

Gregory J. Reda.

Eleventh Circuit Emphasizes "Standing" Hurdle for Plaintiffs in Data Breach Cases

USA - March 4 2021 A recent 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision likely will make it harder for plaintiffs to pursue data breach claims in the 11th Circuit…

Guy P. McConnell, Michael S. Hooker.

How to Manage Employee Ownership Stake in Your Company

USA - February 22 2021 One of the first major steps in growing a new business is taking on employees. Often, a business founder will wear all the hats in a company while…

Derek Larsen-Chaney.

Navigating COVID-19 Guidance to Reopen Your Gym

USA - June 29 2020 Many government agencies offer guidance to help businesses reopen while keeping employees and customers safe. Some guidance is more specific than…

Incoming Wave of Employees' COVID-19 Injury Lawsuits Will Face Significant Hurdles

USA - May 19 2020 As businesses across the country reopen and employees return to work after weeks of government-mandated lockdowns, the number of claims against…

Matthew S. Perez.