6 Things To Know About Cyber Liability Insurance


  • January 26, 2017
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Are you covered? Here are 6 things to know about cyber liability insurance (also known as data breach insurance): Coverage is still evolving. Over 60 insurance companies – maybe more – offered such a policy; however, to date, policy forms have not been standardized

Draft Rules From The Department Of Health Limit The Potential Number Of Medical Marijuana Dispensaries


  • January 19, 2017
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The Department of Health (“DOH”) has issued only seven medical marijuana dispensing organization licenses, and based on draft rules proposed this week, that number may not change.

Homeowners' Associations Could Face Liability for Bear Attacks


  • June 23, 2016
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Property Rights Litigation
It is sometimes said that law is what separates humans from wild animals. While humans have been developing laws since the Code of Hammurabi, they have also been developing land, so much so that both commercial and residential projects

Open Permits Can Open Up Issues for Property Owners


  • June 16, 2016
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Environment
Permits are often an overlooked component of real estate transactions. So-called “open” permits can cause headaches for owners who are selling or financing their property.

Open Permits Can Cause Headaches For Property Owners


  • April 11, 2016
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Patent Applications
Permits are often an overlooked component of real estate transactions. So-called “open” permits can cause headaches for owners who are selling or financing their property.

Legal Issues Associated With Selling & Purchasing Failed Residential Subdivisions In Florida


  • March 18, 2016
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There are many ways to acquire a distressed residential subdivision for what may seem to be a bargain price. Whether an investor is buying the property at a foreclosure sale or purchasing a defaulted mortgage loan on the property

Bear rules could mean $100 fines to Seminole residents who don't lock trash


  • December 3, 2015
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Environmental
Amid rising concerns over black-bear encounters, Seminole County could become Florida's first local government to impose fines on people who don't lock up their trash or who unwittingly lure bruins into residential communities.

Seminole County could begin issuing fines under proposed bear ordinance


  • November 24, 2015
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Environmental
Seminole County could become the first local government in Florida to fine people who leave out food or trash where bears can get at it to eat it.

What to know as Seminole mulls bear-resistant trash cans for residents


  • October 11, 2015
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Environmental
When a bear sees a neighborhood garbage can, it thinks of one thing: easy dinner.

Bear-wise rules in Wingfield Reserve aim to protect people, bears


  • October 3, 2015
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Bears that lumber into Jay Exum's yard in Seminole County get their picture taken. Remote, tree-mounted cameras around his property which backs up to the Wekiwa River conservation area often capture images of bruins snooping for food