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The Impact of the New Department of Labor Rule on Worker Classification and Ensuring Proper Classification of Workers

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In the early 2000s, employers and established businesses rarely sought out the work of independent contractors. Now decades later this has changed significantly as employers are relying more and more on independent contractors instead of employees. While using independent contractors …

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Addressing Burdensome Records Requests via the Rule-Making Power of Condominium Associations

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Records requests can become quite daunting when a board of directors is faced with a high volume of demands from unit owners asserting their right of inspection of the association’s official records.

Section 718.111(12)(c)(1) of the Florida Condominium …

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So, You Received a Written Inquiry

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Your community association has just received, by certified mail, a letter from a unit owner with several questions about the operation of the Association. What do you do next?

First and foremost, you should always ensure that your …

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Term Limit Law Still 2 Years Away

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Q: My condominium association will be having its annual meeting soon, which will include an election for members to the board of directors. Some of our board members have served for numerous years, and I understood that there are now term …

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Association ‘Sunshine Laws’ Questioned

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Q: I was recently elected to the board of my condominium association. I thought we had to follow Florida’s sunshine laws, but our long-time president said this is not true. She claims we can meet whenever we want as long …

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Navigating Defamation Lawsuits and Non-Compete Clauses with Keith Grumer, of Grumer Law

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The topic of defamation has become more prevalent as civil discourse has eroded. Unfortunately, sometimes it is the rare board member and/or manager who has not been subject to some form of potential slander or libel throughout their course of community …

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Statute Of Limitations Apply to Associations

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Q: My homeowners’ association recently sent me a notice stating that I had to remove a number of tree stumps in my back yard. The stumps are from trees that were removed following Hurricane Irma. Nothing has changed since those …

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A ‘CliffsNotes’ Guide for New Condominium Board Members

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The election is over, and you have earned a coveted seat on your condominium association’s board of directors. Now what? This helpful guide will provide you with a “CliffsNotes” version of important things to remember as you embark on your journey …

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Can Spouse Serve on Board

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Q: My wife and I live in a condominium unit in Florida. The unit is owned by my wife, in her name only. However, I would like to run for the board of directors. Does Florida law state that a …

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Everybody’s Sick: The Best Ways to Prevent Illness in a Multifamily Community, with Dr. Jason Mansour of Broward Health

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Does it seem like everyone around you is coughing, sniffling, or under the weather? It’s no coincidence—we’re currently in the middle of cold and flu season. Join Donna DiMaggio Berger and guest Dr. Jason Mansour …

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