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Employer Requirements for Accommodating Pregnant Employees

Maternity leave and the rights of pregnant or expectant women are hot topics today. Companies across the country are held to certain requirements to better accommodate their employees who need time off after the birth of a child. These accommodations include certain protections that employers must extend to any pregnant employees, and failure to comply could lead to serious legal trouble.

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How High Can You Go in Florida?

Tall buildings tend to catch people’s attention in any city—even more so if they seem to literally scrape the sky, towering over the structures around them. Buildings with many stories also give property owners and developers the opportunity to rent out their space for a variety of uses—office buildings, storefronts, storage spaces, etc., which can expand existing business models and promote growth. However, for developers who want to utilize land and space around a Florida airport, height considerations become incredibly important in determining how a proposed project will pan out.

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Lubell Rosen Partner Aldo Leiva to Speak to the Greater Miami Tax Institute

Lubell Rosen Partner Aldo Leiva will speak to the Greater Miami Tax Institute on February 15.

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Lubell Rosen Partner Aldo Leiva to Present at FEWA Florida Chapter Annual Workshop

Lubell Rosen Partner Aldo Leiva to pwillresent at FEWA Florida Chapter Annual Workshop on February 11

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Duties for Landlords and Tenants in Florida

Renting space from another person requires a commitment on each side—the renter commits to a set amount of money, a set timeframe and a set start and end date, while the landlord commits to a pre-determined space, a level of maintenance and whatever provisions have been agreed upon as part of the rental contract. Along with these commitments come responsibilities that each party owes the other. These responsibilities are governed under Florida’s law, no matter how long the rental term lasts, how the payments are made or what building is involved.

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“Storm In Progress” Injuries and Medical Care

Big storms can cause a lot of damage, to both property and people, and those who seek medical treatment for injuries as a result of a storm might also be seeking coverage from a variety of insurance policies. These include medical insurance and homeowner’s insurance. Depending on where the accident occurred, an injured patient may be trying to make a “slip and fall” claim against the person who owns the property, which could affect how a doctor can provide treatment or medical advice.

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Josh Bloom Speaks at the CME Beach Retreat for the Emerald Coast Medical Association

Lubell Rosen Associate Josh Bloom recently presented a lecture on Preventable Medical Errors at the CME Beach Retreat for the Emerald Coast Medical Association.

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Lubell Rosen Partner Michael O'Connor Featured in the Daily Business Review for his Article "Vergara Embryo Trust Enables Forum Shopping by Ex-Fiancé"

Michael O'Connor is a Partner in the probate and guardianship department at Lubell Rosen in Coral Gables, FL. He specializes in disputes regarding estates, trust and guardianships. His most recent success is his article that was published in the Daily Business Review.

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Minimum Wage Changes in 2017

To those paying close to minimum wage to some employees, this is a courtesy reminder that the Florida Minimum Wage has been increased from $8.05 to $8.10 per hour, effective January 1, 2017.

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Options for Asset Protection

Even if you have spent your entire career working hard to ensure your financial security and the security of your loved ones in the future, your assets could be under attack at a moment’s notice. It can be hard to protect your financial holdings and physical assets from every angle once that happens. For people in high-risk professions like medicine and health care, or people who invest in business and real estate, or even those going through messy divorces, asset protection plans are critical to keeping them and their families from financial ruin.

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