By Monique D. Hayes | September 19, 2023
While "Painkiller" is a fictionalized account of the origins of the opioid epidemic, the investigations and legal proceedings referenced in the drama series have direct parallels to ongoing disputes in the highest courts of the nation.
By Jessica L. Underwood | September 8, 2023
The governor signed the new laws on June 30, and they took effect on July 1. As with any statutory amendments, confusion arises as to when the amended statutes apply and what impact they have on pending cases, which leads to issues for appeal. This article considers the new amendments and their ramifications for appeals.
By Rebecca L. Palmer | September 7, 2023
At our firm, we have helped clients get to the other side of what is unquestionably one of the most challenging times in their lives. Our work entails not merely untangling all of the legal issues (and paperwork) that accompany marital dissolution but also being our clients' adviser and confidante. After all, there's a reason my profession's name derives from a Latin root meaning "advocate."
By Randy Weber | September 6, 2023
In medical practice, a simple prescription error can have devastating consequences, as evidenced by the tragic death of a 94-year-old woman who lost her life due to a Tallahassee doctor's careless mistake—prescribing a cardiac medication instead of a laxative.
By Susan Potter Norton and Melanie Matamoros Cruz | September 5, 2023
Employers should consider their disaster-response plan, including which employees, if any, are required to stay for essential services as well as develop a clear line of communication to keep personnel informed of changing operational hours.
By Gary A. Moll | September 5, 2023
Financial experts are hired to educate the client, their attorney and, ultimately, a judge or jury of the numbers. To the extent that the raw numbers, calculations, and analysis align with the client and the attorney's arguments, great. But it doesn't always happen that way.
By Christopher J. Kane, Eric J. Partlow, Michael A. Berson and Tiffany Love | September 1, 2023
With the impact from Hurricane Idalia, it should be a reminder to businesses in other hurricane-prone areas to be prudent in reassessing their preparedness plans as well.
By Jonathan K. Osborne | August 31, 2023
In recent Florida headlines, the former chairman of the Florida Commission on Ethics, Glenton "Glen" Gilzean Jr., resigned from the commission citing to potential incompatibility with his position as district administrator of the Central Florida Tourism Oversight District, which he's held since May 10.
By Sam Edelstein | August 30, 2023
Estimates suggest that nearly 80% of employers are now using AI in some capacity, so it's imperative businesses understand AI's rapidly growing presence across the labor landscape.
By Elisa Reiter and Daniel Pollack | August 29, 2023
Employees who are victims of domestic violence need to grasp the importance of understanding their rights and protections under both state and federal law. Employers should also be aware of their obligations to provide leave and reasonable accommodations to employees who are victims of domestic violence.
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Riker Danzig deeply mourns the passing of our esteemed partner, dear friend and beloved colleague, Marc D'Angiolillo.
IN MEMORIAM OUR FRIEND, MENTOR, AND COLLEAGUE It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our partner, friend, mentor, and colleague Bruce I. Goldstein, on September 2, 2023. The prominent New Jersey trial attorney was 80. In a legal career spanning more than five decades, Bruce was regarded as one of the most talented and sought after litigators in New Jersey. His love for the legal profession was contagious. Bruce will be greatly missed, as will his signature greeting, How you be? and the outsized smile that accompanied it.