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Mark Bentley

The Florida Land Use and Environmental Dispute Resolution Act Offers Landowners an Alternative to Litigation

State and local governments may deny or revoke various forms of property rights in certain circumstances, but these governments’ power to do so is subject to limitations. Oftentimes government oversteps its boundaries and issues unfair decisions regarding property rights. One […]

Brandon Bellew

How to Keep Your Case Alive When the Defendant Dies

Civil litigators may think that the Florida Probate Code has nothing to do with their civil lawsuits, but when a party dies during the litigation, the probate statutes can greatly impact a civil case. Picture this: the lawsuit has been […]

Mark Bentley

Changes to Laws in Florida Make It Easier for Restaurants and Movie Theaters to Sell Liquor

Recent changes to Florida’s liquor laws and related policies have eased up restrictions for restaurants and movie theaters to qualify and afford a full liquor license, especially for those businesses located in Hillsborough County, Florida. Florida alcoholic beverage laws generally […]

Michael Igel

Your Medical Practice Can Suddenly Become Illegal!

It was totally unexpected.  Dr. Jones—not yet in his sixties—was working out at his favorite gym when he suddenly keeled over and died. A massive heart blockage when he was doing a bench press. He dropped the weights and it […]