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COVID-19 and Business Insurance
If you live in any city across the world, you’ve noticed a change. No traffic on the streets. Lights of most businesses are off. A spooky quiet that many of us have never witnessed in our lifetimes. In Fort Lauderdale, the famous Las Olas Blvd, home of quaint boutiques, locally-owned restaurants, and other related… Read More
Criminal Justice Reform
by Ian Pickens The Florida Legislature recently passed a criminal justice reform bill. On May 3, 2019, the Florida House of Representatives put the final stamp of approval on House Bill 7125 by a vote of 110-0, sending the bill to the desk of Gov. Ron DeSantis. The bill includes changes to multiple areas… Read More
Cruise Ship Excursion Tours
Ask people who work a full-time job how much vacation time they have and many, if not most, will respond, “Not nearly enough!” As hardworking Americans, we highly value our vacation time and want to make sure that we get the most out of every single vacation that we take, whether it entails traveling… Read More
Over 400 years ago Turkish traders introduced the brightly colored Tulip flower to the Dutch and all the Germanic people wanted to get their hands on this “rare” commodity. The spark of Tulip mania or as the Dutch refer to as, “tulpenmanie,” is very similar to today’s Bitcoin rage: they’re novel, a limited supply,… Read More
Tedx Returns to Ocala!
Mark your calendars for November 5th, at The Ocala Civic Theater, as the TEDx program returns to Ocala for its second year. This year’s theme is “Cultivating Imagination”, and Manal Fakhoury, the head organizer for the Ocala program, expects it to be a wonderful reflection of last year’s program. Fakhoury has 11 speakers coming… Read More
Support American Legion Post 16!
Two weeks ago Dan Weisman from the firm had American Legion Post 16 commander Vickie Van Buren on Law Talk Live, and they discussed everything the American Legion does. Listen to the audio, from WSKY 97.3, here. The American Legion is a veterans’ services organization dedicated to our veterans and their families. It has… Read More
10 Helpful Tips to Having a Safe Halloween!
Adult Supervision. A parent or responsible adult should always accompany young children during their neighborhood rounds. If your children are going alone on Halloween, plan and review the route that is acceptable to you. Agree on a specific time when they should return home. Use a flashlight when trick-or-treating at night. Flashlights not only… Read More