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Author: Brandon C. Meadows, Esq.

Data Breach Class Actions: Analyzing Standing for Future Injuries-in-Fact (Part 2)

December 11, 2023 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog, Technology Industry Legal Blog

By Brandon C. Meadows, Esq. & Ty Robare, Law Clerk Businesses regularly store the data of customers and clients, whether through transactions or regular recordkeeping practices. When businesses hold onto this data, they are obligated to protect it from falling into the hands of unauthorized parties. In the digital age, […]

Data Breach Class Actions: Analyzing Standing for Future Injuries-in-Fact (Part 1)

December 7, 2023 Banking & Financial Services Industry Legal Blog, Technology Industry Legal Blog

By Brandon C. Meadows, Esq. & Ty Robare, Law Clerk Businesses regularly store the data of customers and clients, whether through transactions or regular recordkeeping practices. When businesses hold onto this data, they are obligated to protect it from falling into the hands of unauthorized parties. In the digital age, […]

Maximizing Compensation for Temporary Construction Easements (TCEs) in Florida

October 17, 2023 Florida Eminent Domain Law Blog, Real Estate Development, Sales and Leasing Industry Legal Blog

Temporary Construction Easements (TCEs) are integral aspects of eminent domain construction projects throughout Florida. Property owners facing the taking and negotiation of a TCE must navigate a complex landscape to ensure they receive full compensation. In this article, we will: Discuss approaching the valuation of a TCE. Shed light on […]

Navigating Temporary Construction Easements in Florida’s Eminent Domain Process

October 11, 2023 Florida Eminent Domain Law Blog, Real Estate Development, Sales and Leasing Industry Legal Blog

Eminent domain in Florida often takes center stage when government entities embark on construction projects of public importance. These projects can range from essential road widening initiatives and the construction of new sidewalks to the installation of underground and above-ground utilities and more. In the midst of these endeavors, Temporary […]

TCPA Litigation: Understanding the Safe Harbor Defense

January 18, 2023 Professional Services Industry Legal Blog

As technology advances, businesses have more options to employ big data and implement lost-cost marketing strategies in reaching customers and generating revenues. However, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) contains strict provisions to ensure that businesses are not abusing that technology and harming consumers with harassing telemarketing calls and texts. […]

Are Realtor Referral Sources Protectable Through Non-compete Agreements?

January 18, 2023 Professional Services Industry Legal Blog

Enforceability of Non-Compete Agreements In Florida, non-competition agreements are not enforceable, unless it is supported by the existence of one or more legitimate business interests. Section 542.335, Florida Statutes, governs the enforcement of a non-compete agreement, and it provides a list of business interests that would support enforceability. Specifically, the […]

Dual Representation in Derivative Litigation: Who Can Represent the Company?

December 15, 2022 Florida Business Litigation Blog, Professional Services Industry Legal Blog

Derivative litigation occurs when a shareholder sues another shareholder, officer, or director of the company for misconduct that harms the company. In many derivative lawsuits, the facts are similar: the majority in control of the company commits some wrongdoing (i.e. stealing corporate funds or misdirecting corporate opportunities), and the minority […]

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