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Employee VS. Independent Contractor: What You Need to Know

What is the difference between an Independent Contractor and an Employee, and why is the traditional “employer-employee” relationship changing? Advances in technology and new market opportunities have changed the scope […]

Published in the Legal League 100 Quarterly, Spring 2018   HOA LIENS: HOW “SUPER” IS SUPER PRIORITY? By Jessica Skoglund Mazariego, Gilbert Garcia Group, P.A. Because of their “super” status, […]

FOR WORKING MOMS, NONLINEAR IS THE NEW NORMAL

Published in ALFN, WILLed Written By Michelle Garcia Gilbert, Esq. WELCOME to the nonlinear career, a staple of modern momhood that is more and more geared toward working mothers while […]

STANDING TO FORECLOSE

Once again, appellate courts are being asked to consider whether a substituted plaintiff has standing to foreclose a mortgage.  Just recently, Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeals in the case […]

Top Reasons Why Business Owners Need General Counsel

Written By Jessica S. Mazariego, Esquire While it is best to consult with a business attorney in forming your business, it is al-so best practice to keep an attorney on […]

Top 25 Women Lawyers

Editor’s note: This story was originally featured in the January issue of DS News, out now. In the January issue of DS News, we were proud to introduce our section on 25 women […]

Business Law: Protecting your Personal Assets

September 26, 2017 Entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and investors alike maintain personal assets separate from their business assets. But, what happens if litigation threatens the business? Even further, wchat happens if […]

New Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Regulations Regarding Periodic Statements While in Bankruptcy

    Written By Amy Kiser, Esq. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau revised the regulations regarding the requirements for sending periodic statements while borrowers are in bankruptcy.  The changes, which go […]

New Florida Statute of Limitations

Recently, Florida statute of limitations discussions have grabbed nearly every headline in the default industry. After the monumental decision in Bartram v. U.S. Bank Nat’l Ass’n, industry leaders have had […]

Our Staff Goes Above and Beyond in Philanthropy

  For the month of July, the staff  held a Back to School drive for St. Peter Claver Elementary School.  The staff brought in items from toddler clothes to backpacks […]

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