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Marbet Lewis,left, founding partner with Spiritus Law Attorneys at Law and Louis J. Terminello, right, partner with Greenspoon Marder. Marbet Lewis,left, founding partner with Spiritus Law Attorneys at Law and Louis J. Terminello, right, partner with Greenspoon Marder. Courtesy photos

Florida restaurants and bars were allowed to reopen a portion of their seating, but some businesses accused of blatantly disregarding the rules are exposed to costly and serious penalties from temporary closures to losing their licenses.

At least one Florida bar and three restaurants were slammed with penalties last weekend, marking a shift toward enforcement after several weeks of education about the new normal as the coronavirus cases mounted. A new daily record of 5,511 was set Wednesday,

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Lidia Dinkova

Lidia Dinkova covers South Florida real estate for the Daily Business Review. Contact her at [email protected] or 305-347-6665. On Twitter @LidiaDinkova.

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