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Changes in the Fair Labor Standards Act

By April 24, 2019

By Michael Landen The number of wage and hour lawsuits has considerably increased in recent years, and unpaid overtime ranks high among the most combative issues. This March, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) announced a proposed rule that would make more than one million American workers eligible for …

Michael T. Landen

Daily Business Review: Real Estate Agent Loses Job After Video Shows Her Mocking Gillum Supporters in Election Protest

By November 13, 2018

Kluger Kaplan’s Michael Landen provides employment law insights in today’s Daily Business Review.  A United Realty Group Inc. real estate agent demonstrating with protesters calling for the firing of the Broward election supervisor is out of a job following a high-profile Twitter video. Liliana Albarino-Olinick was fired Saturday as an …

Dare to Dodge (and be Victorious)

By December 13, 2017

Kluger Kaplan was proud to join our colleagues in South Florida’s legal community to support the United Way of Miami-Dade County at its annual “Dare to Dodge” Tournament. While we may often face-off in the courtroom, we always find common ground in support of better education, financial stability and health across our …

Standard for Expert Opinions Uncertain in Light of the Supreme Court of Florida’s Recent Decision

By February 24, 2017

  Case The Florida Supreme Court has declined to follow the Florida Legislature’s decision around expert witness testimony requirements. On February 16, 2017, the Supreme Court of Florida declined to adopt the 2013 amendments to the Florida Evidence Code which replaced the Frye standard for expert witnesses with the Daubert …