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Law360 – Fla. Real Estate Attys See Lengthy Rebuild From Hurricane Ian (September 29, 2022)

By October 4, 2022

Fla. Real Estate Attys See Lengthy Rebuild From Hurricane Ian By Nathan Hale   On Thursday, Florida started the painful process of assessing damage wrought by Hurricane Ian, which slammed into the state’s southwest coast Wednesday with 150 mile-per-hour winds and what the governor described as “biblical” surges of seawater, even as …

Law360 – Expert Analysis: Storm Insurance Considerations For Cos. New To Florida (August 23, 2022)

By August 23, 2022

Download this article – PDF Expert Analysis: Storm Insurance Considerations For Cos. New To Florida By Philippe Lieberman and Marko Cerenko · Aug 23, 2022, 6:00 PM EDT · Listen to article  According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Florida saw twice as many new businesses setting up shop compared to the Northeast in 2021 …

Daily Business Review – Review Commercial Contracts and Insurance Policies Ahead of Hurricane Season (June 28, 2022)

By June 29, 2022

      Download this article – PDF Review Commercial Contracts and Insurance Policies Ahead of Hurricane Season Having a clear understanding of each party’s obligations and ensuring compliance before the storm is the best way to try to avoid the potential legal and monetary pitfalls from a storm. By …

The Real Deal – Nonprofit arts and culture organization sues Delray Beach over lease termination (November 12, 2021)

By November 15, 2021

Download this article – PDF Nonprofit arts and culture organization sues Delray Beach over lease termination Suit claims officials colluded to kick out Old School Square By Lidia Dinkova A nonprofit arts and culture organization sued Delray Beach, after officials terminated its lease for city-owned property where it has held its …

Daily Business Review – Will South Florida City Face 7-Figure Consequences for Terminating Nonprofit’s 100-Year Lease? (November 8, 2021)

By November 10, 2021

      Download this article – PDF Will South Florida City Face 7-Figure Consequences for Terminating Non-Profit’s 100-Year Lease? Now, the case will go before Palm Beach Circuit Judge John S. Kastrenakes. By Michael  A. Mora What You Need to Know The lawsuit arises out of Delray Beach’s unilateral …