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Association Bills Abound at Start of 2019 Florida Legislative Session

As the 2019 Florida legislative session gets underway, all indications are that this will be a very busy year for new legislation affecting the more than 48,000 community associations in the state. Here are some of the bills that my … Continue reading

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Texas Introduces 3 Bills To Curb Application of Anti-Slapp Statute in Non-Compete and Trade Secrets Litigation

The Texas Citizens Participation Act (TCPA), enacted by the legislature in 2011, has been wrecking havoc in business and employment disputes due to the statute’s overbroad language, confusing and conflicting interpretation by the various courts of appeals and federal courts, … Continue reading

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New virtual currency bills introduced in the U.S. Congress

Two new bills were introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives at the end of January aimed at recommending possible legislative changes to regulate and promote virtual currencies, also known as cryptocurrencies. The first bill, H.R. 922, Virtual Currency Consumer … Continue reading

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GIVING GUN OWNERS A REASON TO RE-ELECT HIM: Trump Vows to Veto Anti-Gun Bills….

GIVING GUN OWNERS A REASON TO RE-ELECT HIM: Trump Vows to Veto Anti-Gun Bills. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Lawmakers File Family Law Bills Ahead of Legislative Session

Lawmakers File Family Law Bills Ahead of Legislative Session By Legal Correspondent Robert Napper Lawmakers are filing bills at a fast and furious pace to be addressed as the Florida legislative session kicks off March 5, including two key proposed … Continue reading

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