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Thou Shalt Presume Irreparable Harm (when construing non-compete agreements)

Yes, Virginia, Courts Can Overturn Arbitration Awards

11th Circuit Construes Civil RICO In The Insurance Context

Your Neighbor Is Violating A City Ordinance, But The City Disagrees. Can You Sue The City? No. Can You Sue The Neighbor? Maybe, Says A Florida Appellate Court.

Arthur Fergenson, Senior Counsel, appearing as a special guest on Mark Levin’s program to analyze the charges leveled against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, accusing him of breach of trust and bribery.

Looking Back A Decade Later At The Benefits Of A Judicial Clerkship

Federal Appeals Court Rejects ADA Claim Based Upon “Future Disability”

Florida Appeals Court Construes Anti-SLAPP Statute In Lawsuit Over Negative Political Mailers

Do I Need To Follow The Ancient Rules Of Authentication To Use A Google Maps Image As Evidence During My Trial? Yes, Says Florida Appellate Court

Do False Statements About A Former Employee During A Bank’s Board Of Directors Meeting Constitute Defamation? No, Says A Florida Appellate Court.

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