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The Florida Real Estate Recovery Fund: A System of Relief for Citizens, but With High Costs

Florida has one of the largest communities of real estate brokers and sales agents in the nation, which is unsurprising given the popularity of...
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Italy

Exporting from Italy to the USA – Free Webinar on September 23, 2021.

You're invited to join a free webinar on Thursday, September 24th by the Italian American Chamber of Commerce and "Made in Vicenza" featuring B2B's...
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alter ego doctrine

Alter Ego Doctrine

As a general principle, corporations are deemed as legal entities separate from their shareholders, officers, and directors. This implicates not only that corporations have...
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alcohol, beer, liquor, wine

President Biden’s Executive Order: What Does It Mean For the Liquor/Alcohol Industry?

46th President of the United States Joseph R. Biden recently passed an Executive Order on July 9, 2021 titled “Executive Order on Promoting Competition...
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social media

Social Media Content and Privacy Rights

The progressive popularity of social networks, such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tik Tok, where users post and share personal information, pictures, videos and...
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credit card swipe

Limiting Statutes as to Surcharges in Merchant Processing

Using a credit card to pay for goods and services is a fairly common practice. Many credit card users, however, are unaware that every...
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Jury

Striking Jurors: the Linear vs. Random System

Voir dire is about having the opportunity to examine potential jurors and determine their competency as a prospective juror based on their backgrounds and...
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craft distillery

Distilling the Craft Beverage Modernization and Reform Act

Spirits, wine, and beer. If you guessed that the common denominator between these items is alcohol, you would be partially correct! Spirits, wine, and...
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bitcoin atm

Regulating 1s and 0s: the Law Behind Bitcoin ATMs

When we talk about “money,” we think of credit cards, metal coins, and green paper with presidential faces printed on it. Soon, we might...
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