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CMS Vaccine Rule Stands: Providers Caught Between Federal Mandate and Florida Restrictions

January 18, 2022 — CMS takes the position that any state law contrary to the CMS Rule is preempted by the CMS Rule. Florida’s Attorney General acknowledges this possibility in the FAQs on the website.

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Supreme Court Blocks OSHA Vaccinate-or-Test Rule, Allows Healthcare Worker Mandate

January 13, 2022 — The Supreme Court’s stay of the ETS relieves large employers from compliance with the ETS. However, the vaccine mandate for healthcare workers is allowed to go into effect nationwide.

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Buying or Selling in Florida? Beware of Mineral Rights

January 10, 2022 — When buying or selling property subject to mineral reservations, there are ways to minimize their potential adverse impact on the proposed transaction.

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Who Owns Your Invention: Beware of Contract Language

December 01, 2021 — Stephen Thomas authored an article for Orlando Inno on the importance of unambiguous language regarding patents in agreements.

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Employers in Limbo—OSHA Suspends Vaccination Rule After Fifth Circuit Ruling as Florida Limits Mandates

November 19, 2021 — Although the many challenges to the ETS have been consolidated before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals as of November 16, 2021, the stay of the ETS has yet to be lifted or addressed by the Sixth Circuit.

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Ghost Kitchens Present Unique Leasing Considerations

November 16, 2021 — Jackie Bozzuto, Alyson C. Hoffman and Nicole Cuccaro authored an article for Law360 that discusses how to avoid having a ghost kitchen lease coming back to haunt you.

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Federal 'Vaccinate or Test' Mandate Stayed Pending Legal Challenge

November 10, 2021 — OSHA's “vaccinate” or “test and mask” rule for large private employers, issued as an emergency temporary standard (ETS), came under immediate challenge across the country after it was officially published in the Federal Register last Friday.

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Officers and Directors May Be on the Hook for Data Breaches

November 05, 2021 — Drew Sorrell has authored an article entitled "Officers and Directors May Be on the Hook for Data Breaches" for Orlando Inno the increasing trend to target officers and directors when companies that fail to enact and enforce good privacy policies.

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Private Employer Vaccine or Testing Requirement Released by OSHA

November 04, 2021 — Today, OSHA released its new emergency temporary standard (ETS) which generally mandates that private employers of 100 or more employees require employees either to receive a COVID-19 vaccination or obtain weekly COVID-19 testing if unvaccinated.

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